Bulldogs Hold Second Scrimmage of 2014 Preseason

The Georgia football team held their second scrimmage of 2014 preseason practice at Sanford Stadium on Friday night.

“Tonight started out a lot like the last scrimmage,” head coach Mark Richt said. “The offense came out and moved the ball down the field on an 11 or 12 play drive and scored a touchdown. There weren’t any big plays they just moved the ball. Hutson [Mason] hit [Chris] Conley for a touchdown. From there the execution deteriorated as the day went on.”

Senior Hutson Mason led all quarterbacks after completing 22-of-31 passes for 204 yards, two touchdowns and one interception. Redshirt freshman Brice Ramsey was 13-of-17 for 187 yards, one touchdown, and one interception.

Freshman Jacob Park completed 11 of his 16 passes for 166 yards and a touchdown, while redshirt sophomore Faton Bauta went 10-for-17 with 152 yards.

Sony Michel led the running backs with 29 yards on four carries. He also caught three passes for 20 yards. Nick Chubb rushed for 30 yards on nine carries and had one TD. Todd Gurley and Keith Marshall each rushed four times for only 11 yards, while Brendan Douglas had nine carries for 19 yards.

“Defensively, we saw a couple of really nice picks,” Richt added. “[Freshman] Dominick Sanders had a pick-six. [Freshman] Rico [Johnson] had a beautiful interception on a ball that Brice [Ramsey] was trying to throw away and just didn’t throw it away enough. Rico leaped up and made a great catch to keep his feet in bounds. The offense won most of the third and shorts and the defense won most of the third and longs.”

SCRIMMAGE STATS (via DogBytesOnline.com)

Nick Chubb 9-30 TD long 12
Keith Marshall 4-11
Sony Michel 4-39 long 22
Todd Gurley 4-11
Brendan Douglas 9-19
Quayvon Hicks 3-12
Faton Bauta 5-9
Kyle Karempelis 2-no yards given
Taylor Maxey 1-2

Hutson Mason 22-31-204 2TD 1 INT (pick 6)
Faton Bauta 10-17 152
Brice Ramsey 13-17 187 1 TD, 1 INT
Jacob Park 11-16 166

Kenny Towns 10-145 TD
Jeb Blazevich 5-112
Shakenneth Williams 2-72
Brendan Langley 4-71 TD
Michael Erdman 4-55
Jonathan Rumph 5-50
Chris Conley 3-30 TD
Blake Tibbs 2-42
Clay Johnson 2-25
Michael Bennett 3-24
Sony Michel 3-20
Keith Marshall 2-16
Quayvon Hicks 3-15
Todd Gurley-2-no yards given
Sony Michel 3-no yards given

Field goals
Marshall Morgan 9-9 FG, 8 in pre-pactice. Long 52
William Ham 2-2 FG, converted from 44.

Defense (first number is tackles)
Jordan Jenkins 9 4 TFL 2 sacks
Amarlo Herrera 7
Lucas Redd 6 TFL PBU
Aaron Davis 5 1 TFL
Reggie Carter 5 sack
Tommy Long 5
Dominick Sanders 4 tackles, 54 yard INT return
Quincy Mauger 4
Tim Kimbrough 4
Corey Moore 4
Rico Johnson 4 1 INT PBU
J.J. Green 4
Davin Bellamy 3 sack
Ramik Wilson TFL
Sheldon Dawson 3
Shattle Fenteng 3 Fumble Rec. PBU
Kennar Johnson 3 PBU
Damian Swann 2 PBU
Kosta Vavlas fumble recovery
Mike Thornton sack
John Atkins sack
Toby Johnson PBU

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