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Georgia Sets Date For G-Day Spring Game

Georgia Bulldogs football players celebrating.

ATHENS, GA - OCTOBER 12: Brendan Douglas #22 of the Georgia Bulldogs reacts after a touchdown reception againts the Missouri Tigers with Kenarious Gates #72 and Jay Rome #87 at Sanford Stadium on October 12, 2013 in Athens, Georgia. (Photo by Kevin C. Cox/Getty Images)

Georgia football fans are probably already over the off-season, especially with how things ended for the Bulldogs this year.

After another SEC East title, UGA lost a heartbreaker to Alabama in the SEC Title Game, and fell to Texas in the Sugar Bowl.

Kirby Smart's team should have plenty of motivation heading into 2019 after those two games.

While we won't get to see a quarterback battle this year, as Jake Fromm solidified himself as starter, and Justin Fields transferred to Ohio State, there is still plenty of interest in the team once spring ball opens up.

14 players have already enrolled from the second-ranked 2019 recruiting class.

That group features the nation's No. 1 overall recruit, five-star defensive end Nolan Smith.

It appears that a date has been set for Georgia football's G-Day Spring Game this April.

The UGA Alumni Association has posted that the game will be on Saturday, April 20.

From their release:

Mark it on your calendars, Bulldog Nation: G-Day 2019 is Saturday, April 20! Get a preview of this fall’s UGA squad while you enjoy a free visit to one of college football’s premier stadiums.

If accurate, we have just over three months until that spring game. Sit tight, Dawg fans.

[UGA Alumni Association]