Unless you’re a diehard fan of a specific squad kept up at night by defensive back depth questions, college football spring games can be unappealing, if not downright boring. Saturday, ESPN and the SEC Network gave the casual sports fan a little more reason to tune into their coverage of the University of Georgia’s spring game.
ESPN personalities Sean McDonough, Todd Blackledge, Marty Smith, Dusty Dvoracek and Molly McGrath along with other media members not associated with the Worldwide Leader had the chance to wear the black and white stripes and experience the game through the eyes of officials.
The result was a Spring matchup that was entertaining on several levels. The Bulldog junkies got their football fix and fans were allowed to glance through the transparency offered up by league officials. This was the last weekend of SEC Spring Games, ESPN and the SEC Network aired all 14 contests.
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