ATHENS - Here are some "very unofficial" stats from Georgia's scrimmage on Saturday morning. The quotes are from Mark Richt, who said the stat-keepers had a bad angle, so a few of the numbers may be off.
But they're numbers, so here you go:
Aaron Murray ... 8-13, 125, 1 TD
Hutson Mason ... 12-19, 151, 2 TD
Parker Welch .... 5-10, 57, 1 TD
Christian LeMay ..... 3-6, 28
Ken Malcome .... 5-29
Isaiah Crowell .... 6-23
Brandon Harton ..... 6-11
Marlon Brown ... 5-90, 1 TD
Justin Scott-Wesley ... 5-38, 1 TD
Taylor Bradberry ..... 4-72, 1 TD
Michael Erdman ..... 3-23, 1 TD
Jay Rome ...... 2-50
Corey Moore ... 9 tackles, 1 INT
Ramik Wilson ..... 7 tackles, 1 sack, 1 PD
Ray Drew .... 5 tackles, 1 sacks
Kwame Geathers .... 2 sacks
Chase Vasser .... 6 tackles
Connor Norman ... 1 int
Shawn Williams ... 1 int
Jamie Lindley 32 FG
Some quick-notes from Richt about the scrimmage:
The offense passed it much better than normal. But simulating the plays they tended to let a play go so in a real game there may have been more sacks.
Clearly, the younger offensive line is being dominated by the veteran defensive line.
"Oh yeah there's no doubt. the offensive ilne is ebing challenged every day. As you can see there wasn't a whole lot of room to run the football ... O-line's definitely got a way to go, there's no doubt about that."
- Maybe this has something to do with it: The two players Richt said has stood out the most are the nose tackles, Kwame Geathers and John Jenkins.
"They're making it tough on our centers," Richt said.
Then Richt went on to say the defensive line has done well in general.
Cornerback Blake Sailors also had a "pretty big hit" during the scrimmage, according to Richt.