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Wednesday, April 7, 2010

G-Day Details

University of Georgia football fans will get their first glimpse of the 2010 edition of the Bulldogs on Saturday, April 10 in Sanford Stadium as the Red squad competes against the Black squad at the annual G-Day game set to kickoff at 2:05 p.m. The game will be televised live by CSS.

“I think it's a great celebration of Georgia football and the University of Georgia,” head coach Mark Richt said of G-day. “It's great for our fans to get a chance to see our guys and see how far they've progressed throughout the spring.”

The G-Day festivities will begin at noon with an alumni flag football game. Approximately 80 Georgia football letterwinners spanning six decades will take part in the light-hearted competition. Some notables on the roster include previous NFL players Scott Adams, Ray Donaldson, Randall Godfrey, Spike Jones, Larry Rakestraw, Paul Snellings and Kirk Warner.

Due to the construction of Reed Plaza, certain sections of Sanford Stadium will be not open for seating. The north side of the stadium from sections 01 through 13 will be closed in the 100, 200, 300 and 600 levels. Seating is prohibited in these areas for safety reasons. The entrance gates on this side of Sanford Stadium will also be closed. The University of Georgia Athletic association urges fans to abide by these guidelines. The gates that will be utilized for the public are the main gate under the Sanford Drive bridge as well as gates 1, 6, 7, 7a, 8, 9 and 10.

Admission to the game is free and Sanford Stadium gates will open at 11:30 a.m. Along with television coverage by CSS, the game will air on the Georgia Bulldog Radio Network, with AM 960 The Ref in Athens, WSB AM 750 and other affiliates statewide carrying the broadcast. The game will also be available on satellite radio via Sirius channel 122 and XM channel 43.

6 comments:

Caroline said...

don't forget about the food drive!

http://www.onlineathens.com/stories/040710/uga_602798499.shtml

JRL said...

David don't forget the game is also available for viewing on the web @ ESPN.360

Andy said...

Tragically, I will be at a wedding. Totally inexcusable considering the bride and groom are Dawg fans too. I will be relying on a live blog from you, David. Don't let me down!

BulldogBry said...

Andy, don't forget to tell your story....
http://www.fallweddingssuck.com/

Ordep said...

David;

Any word on the game set-up? 10?12? Min Qrts? No KO?

Thanks.

Brandon said...

What is the parking situation going to be like on Saturday?