ATHENS - Here are some scrimmage stats from Sanford Stadium, and once again these are just the highlights. If a player's name doesn't appear (unless otherwise noted below, such as the tailbacks) it doesn't mean they didn't play, make a single catch, or make a tackle:
Brandon Harton 12-51, long of 17
Ken Malcome 5-10, lonog of 5
Hutson Mason 13-27, 125 yards
Aaron Murray 11-for-16, 108 yards, 1 TD 1 INT
Christian LeMay 2-3, 12 yards
Israel Troupe 5-50
Rantavious Wooten 5-61, 1 TD
Malcolm Mitchell 3-37
Arthur Lynch 2-35
Blair Walsh was 4-for-6, long of 49
Alec Ogletree 8 (four solo), 1 sack, 1 PD
Shawn Williams 7 (three solo)
Bacarri Rambo 6 (four solo), 1 INT
Jordan Love 6 (four solo)
Brandon Boykin 5 (five solo), 1 PD
Jarvis Jones 5 (two solo), 1 sack
DeAngelo Tyson 5, 1 sack
Damian Swann 4 tackles, 2 PD
Derek Owens 4 tackles, 2 PD
Some quick notes:
- At tailback, Isaiah Crowell is closer to returning than Richard Samuel.
Richt said t"here's a chance" that Crowell could be ready by Friday. Samuel is closer to next week as far as a return.
"As you watch the move around, Isaiah looks closer to being ready," Richt said.
Richt said it would be more important for Crowell to return than Samuel, considering the latter's two years of playing experience.
"We've still got to learn some more about Isaiah, just as far as how much he does know, how much he understands, how well can he stand up to some of the blitzes and all that kind of stuff and pass protection," Richt said. "We've seen enough to know he's capable. He didn't have any fear or anything like that."
- Richt said the snaps weren't that great in the scrimmage. Brandon Bogotay also missed a field goal.