Patrick Garbin relates something that shouldn’t come as much of a surprise – players at Georgia struggling to make ends meet is nothing new. It’s just harder nowadays to keep the consequences of that inside the family.
“Having a good G-Day as a freshman means a lot,” said junior inside linebacker Reggie Carter... “It’s your first time playing in front of a somewhat big crowd. It’s a game-like experience and they really showed up…You can see it in practice with Natrez and Jarvis. It’s like what they did [Saturday] is what they’ve showed throughout practice and it paid off.” -- AB-H, 4/12/15