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Wednesday, August 25, 2010

Scrimmage stats

First off, Georgia named its four captains: Shaun Chappas, Demarcus Dobbs and Vance Cuff, and Fred Munzenmaier.

Here are the stats, as provided by head coach Mark Richt. My apologies if they're not totally easy to read, but it's a bit of a scramble here. I noted players who were on the scout team.

PASSING
Aaron Murray: 9-17-127 yards and a touchdown, no picks
Hutson Mason: 5-10-69, no touchdown, no picks

RECEIVING
AJ Green: 4-40, 1 TD
Kris Durham: 3-78
Michael Bennett: 2-17
Israel Troupe: 1-19
Shaun Chappas: 1-11
That doesn’t quite add up to the official passing stats, as Richt observed.
“There’s three more catches somehow,” he said. “Somebody’s mom is mad when they read the paper.”

RUSHING
Carlton Thomas 5-26, 1 TD
Caleb King: ¬5-36, 1 TD
Washaun Ealey: 4-31
Chappas: 1-5
Fred Munzenmaier: 7-20, 1 TD
Murray: 1-(-6)
RETURNS
Branden Smith: 63-yard punt return, and a 31-yard kickoff return
Derek Owens: 41 yard KO return
Marlon Brown returned a blocked punt for a touchdown

DEFENSE
Shaun Williams, played scout team, 11 tackles, 6 unassisted, 2PD
“It’s a good sign when the other team’s safety is making all the tackles,” Richt said.
Darryl Gamble, 8 tackles, 2 TFL, 2 sacks
Vance Cuff, 6 tackles
“Very active day, played extremely well, Richt said. “(Cuff) did a good job on special teams too.”
Marcus Dowtin, 4 tackles
Chase Vasser, scout team, 5 tackles, 2 sacks
Demetre Baker, scout team, 2 tackles
D’Angelo Tyson, 2 tackles, 1 sack
Alec Ogletree, scout team mostly, 3 tackles
Kiante Tripp, Georgia, 3 tackles, 2 sacks
Jakar Hamilton, 1 tackle, interception he returned 42 yards, and a PD
Bacarri Rambo, 3 tackles, interception he returned 6yards for a touchdown
Derek Owens, scout team, 4 tackles
Nick Williams, 4 tackles, 1 sack
Brandon Wood, 2 tackles, 2 PD, 1 sack
Akeem Hebron, 1 tackle, 1 sack

9 comments:

BZ said...

I haven't heard a mention of tavaris king's name any so far. I know he can't play the opener, but is he even practicing or scrimmaging??

Todd said...

Is it just me, or have there been no stats to the TEs all camp

chad said...

Todd I thought the same thing. Maybe Richt is keeping the stats of the TEs a secret so he doesn't give away his game plans.

UGA69Dawg said...

Shhhish we are keeping the TE's a secret until SCU. I hope Bobo's evil twin doesn't take over play calling this year like he did last year at OSU.

Dawgfan17 said...

Those 3 phantom catches might be the secret stats chad is referring to.

Dog44 said...

Only thing I'd love to see is Murray's pass percentage be a little higher. It'd be interesting to see his combined numbers from all the scrimmages, but I don't think they've been very good considering the receivers we have and the competition he's been going up against.

It'll be interesting to see in a live game if his incompletions are coming mostly from inaccuracy, mistakes by the receivers, poor decisions, or tipped balls.

I still have high hopes for him, hoping he'll have a real accurate arm like D. Greene.

JRL said...

I have been up for a few months but I have a sinking feeling for some reason - hope it's just indigestion.

Anonymous said...

Any insight on Murray's scrambling game? I know we utilized Stafford pretty effectively as a chubby freshman. I'm sure Murray is closer to Shockley than Stafford.

Anonymous said...

It's Chapas, not Chappas.