ATHENS, Ga. Very few college programs can match the pomp and circumstance of an SEC spring game.
But in the end, it's still just a glorified scrimmage full of some sound, some fury, but ultimately signifying very little.
For Georgia's spring fling on Saturday, the dress-rehearsal culmination of MarchApril practices, neither the Red group (first-team offense, led by QB Aaron Murray) nor Black squad (first-team defense, led by LB Josh Harvey-Clemons) wholly resembled the UGA juggernaut that came achingly close to beating Alabama in last December's thrilling SEC championship.
Nor did either squad bear the look of a presumptive national-title contender later this fall.
But that's OK, for no team hyped or not ever won anything of substance in April. Although the Bulldogs deserve some type of gusto award for opening with Clemson and South Carolina in successive weeks, roughly five months from now.
Mini-soapbox stance aside, there were plenty of notable events from the Black's 23-...