- David Ching, SEC reporter
ATHENS, Ga. -- Asked what Georgia's coaching staff saw in last Saturday's first spring scrimmage, inside linebackers coach Kirk Olivadotti responded "some good, some bad." And then he joked that reporters should get used to hearing that reply for a while.
"You'll probably hear that until the first game because we either win or we lose," Olivadotti said.
The Bulldogs will stage their second scrimmage Saturday -- their last until the formal April 14 scrimmage at Sanford Stadium known as G-Day -- giving the coaches another opportunity to gauge individual players' progress.
The Bulldogs prepare for their second spring scrimmage Saturday, and coaches say they're looking at individual performances that tell them someone can help out when the competition counts.