On Monday, the Georgia football team had its first scrimmage in Sanford Stadium, and apparently the offense outperformed the defense.
“It was the offense’s day,” said defensive end Justin Houston.
“They got the best of us,” said defensive tackle Geno Atkins.
Quarterback Joe Cox responded, saying, “The only way I would say that is if they admitted it.”
Coach Mark Richt said the two teams were “relatively even” and inconsistent on both sides of the ball.
“I just think when things were going well for one side of the ball or the other, they had enthusiasm,” Richt said. “And when things went bad, they had their heads down a little bit.
To make the situation even more scary, Georgia suffered another injury at defensive end yesterday and have just two scholarship ends healthy at the moment.
Should we be concerned at this point about the Georgia's defense?
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