Check out the stats from Tuesday’s UGA football scrimmage

“Unofficial official” statistics from Georgia’s closed scrimmage Tuesday, as provided by Mark Richt:


Washaun Ealey: 5 carries, 66 yards

Caleb King: 14 carries, 63 yards

Carlton Thomas: 9 carries, 26 yards

Hutson Mason: 2 carries, 3 yards


Aaron Murray: 12-for-21, 1 interception, 2 touchdowns, 237 yards (long pass of 63 yards to A.J. Green)

Hutson Mason: 9-for-23, 1 intercpetion, 1 touchdown, 78 yards

Parker Welch: 1-for-3, 41 yards (to Logan Gray)

Greg Bingham: 0-for-3


A.J. Green: 5 catches for 141 yards and 2 touchdowns (long of 63)

Logan Gray: 2 catches for 45 yards (long of 41)

Carlton Thomas: 2 catches for 38 yards  (long of 21)

Tavarres King: 2 catches, 33 yards (long of 28)

Artie Lynch: 1 catch, 3 yards


Akeem Hebron: 6 total tackles, including 4 solo, 2 assists and 1 sack

Demarcus Dobbs: 5 tackles (4 solo and 1 assist)

Nick Williams: 5 tackles (3 solo and 2 assists)

Christian Robinson: 4 tackles (3 solo and 1 assist), 1 forced fumble

Shawn Williams: 4 tackles (3 solo and 1 assist), 1 sack

Brandon Boykin and Alec Ogletree: 1 interception each.

(Note: No. 1 offense played against No. 2 defense, and No. 1 defense vs. No. 2 offense, in the scrimmage.)

Etc.: Several players were held out of  Tuesday’s scrimmage, including offensive lineman Cordy Glenn, linebacker Marcus Dowtin and wide receiver Kris Durham. According to Richt: Glenn has been ill, battling a sore throat and other symptoms; Dowtin was “scraped up” in a “little scooter accident, nothing severe”; and Durham “got dinged” in practice. . . . Offensive lineman Trinton Sturdivant, who is working his way back slowly after missing the past two seasons with knee injuries, also did not scrimmage.

Other posts Tuesday from the UGA beat:

110 comments Add your comment


August 10th, 2010
7:57 pm

Stats on a scrimmage mean nothing. What are we supposed to gain from this?

college is forever

August 10th, 2010
8:06 pm By the game in Boulder, Co. Alec Ogletree will be a major factor this year and for many years to come. The Georgia Defense that they SEC use to know and fear is on its way back, Thanks to Studs like Ogletree. Don’t forget to pickup the UGA classic tin lunchbox to carry around stuff like your poker chips, ipad, ping pong balls, etc… What’s in your lunchbox? Go Dawgs!!!

nc dawg

August 10th, 2010
8:08 pm

kramer why did you read this article? find something else to do

Bride of Chucky Knapp

August 10th, 2010
8:10 pm

Kramer, these stats make more sense when you’re drinking cheap beer. I suggest you get some.

jack bull

August 10th, 2010
8:14 pm

uh, of course they do Kramer..must be one of those that does nothing but complain and is never happy. kind of glad to see Akeem Hebron’s name. maybe he wont be a bust after all..


August 10th, 2010
8:15 pm

shut up kramer

A Dawgs in Aubarn

August 10th, 2010
8:16 pm

I am watching the UGA vs. s.c. game from last year. just a reminder to all. defense had troubles bc offense but them in bad situation. It is on CSS. the score is 24 to 20 dawgs leading late in the 2nd qtr. GO DAWGS. GATA


August 10th, 2010
8:18 pm

Richt is not going to tip his hand.

Read into this what you want, but nothing is there!


August 10th, 2010
8:19 pm

Ealey getting what, 13 yards a carry? Wow! Hello Heisman.

Murray had a td to int ratio of 2.0 against the #2 defense. That’s better. But expected.

Mason struggled against the #1 defense with a 1.0 td to int ratio, no surprise there, as he went up against Georgia’s best.

Logan Gray, the man can play, he’s a stud. 41 yard catch, he’s catching on fast. Look out folks, secret weapon.

Boykin & Ogletree getting picks, impressive, Robinson forcing a fumble, Grantham’s D forcing 3 to’s.


August 10th, 2010
8:20 pm

Seriously? Stats from a scrimmage?


August 10th, 2010
8:24 pm

I don’t hear anyone saying that because EALEY played at a SINGLE A school that he won’t get done on a big time college level now. Big Ups to Ealey, Hearst, and Walker who all played at the SINGLE A level. I think Richt need to recruit that level more because they seem to be more loyal Dawgs because of growing up in small towns as I did. You really appreciate the opportunities you get life a little bit more in all aspects of life.


August 10th, 2010
8:24 pm

4 guys averaging over 15 yards a catch, Green looking stout, T. King, Thomas & Gray, all 2 big gainers each.


August 10th, 2010
8:27 pm

Not even 9 yards an attempt for Mason, while it looks like Murray threw a few bombs to AJ.

Could be one of three factors:
1.) Better OL protection for Murray, allowing a 7 step drop?
2.) Murray knowing the offense better, as Mason completed quite a few
short passes into the flat?
3.) Murry having a better arm than Mason?

This is what preseason is all about. Can’t wait to see how this offense looks.

Octavious,Dontavious and Rantavious

August 10th, 2010
8:27 pm

Uh oh…….Looks like the dawgs run D got some issues.


August 10th, 2010
8:27 pm

5 catches, 141 yards and 2 TDs for A.J…those are video game numbers. Murray hit Green on a 63 yarder which is impressive. I know this was a scrimmage but it shows that these guys are working hard. Ealey is easiley our best back and he’s only a sophomore. He’ll win a heisman before he leaves UGA. Believe it. I just hope we can keep everyone healthy and get Branden Smith back on the team and get his academic issues taken care of. Lookin’ good so far. GO DAWGS!


August 10th, 2010
8:28 pm

The water girl was busy.


August 10th, 2010
8:29 pm

A couple of ladies in the room are missing the point. It’s not the numbers from which we “gain”. It’s that a football practise occured. Men like that sort of thing.

Grim Reaper

August 10th, 2010
8:33 pm

Wow after reading those stats I’m a believer. Georgia=2011 National Champs, best team ever!

Oh wait, Murray was playing against the 5th string defense.


August 10th, 2010
8:42 pm

Our DEFENSE sucks! Look at the YPC they are giving up!!! Thanks a lot Todd the Bod Grantham!!


August 10th, 2010
8:44 pm

Ealey 5 carries 66 yards…Nice!


August 10th, 2010
8:45 pm

DoubleDownDawgFan…Lets wait to see what happens GAME TIME to judge the Defense!

To:OKC Bulldog

August 10th, 2010
8:45 pm

The Edwards brothers also came from small Ga towns. You sir, are 100% correct. I say go after more Georgia bred men from small Ga towns that want to be Bulldogs.

City of Atlanta schools are not rigorous enough in math and science and the pre recs needed for UGA to get players that can be successful, I fear. Some years ago we had the David Jacobs kid who was hurt but he was one terrific kid and I always liked him. he is forever a great UGA Dog. He was from city of Atlanta schools.

Small towns are the way to go overall …………Auburn and Ole Miss and UT, LSU get their share.

Go Dogs.


August 10th, 2010
8:52 pm

Them class A boys played both ways in High School and it takes a great athlete!

SD Dawg

August 10th, 2010
8:58 pm

Half Full- Offense looks like it is living up to the hope

Half empty- Our defense is giving up those yards. I like the two picks though. Were they great plays or bad throws?

Question: do we go 1’s versus 1’s or 1’s versus 2’s?

T Dawg

August 10th, 2010
9:12 pm

relax people…the stats are for both 1’s & 2’s…1’s always go against 2’s


August 10th, 2010
9:14 pm

SD Dawg,

In other words, the first team offense plays the reserves, the second-string offense plays the defensive studs.

It’s all good.


August 10th, 2010
9:21 pm

Those stats are definitely incomplete – Caleb King had like a 60 yard run on just one carry.


August 10th, 2010
9:25 pm

Practice stats mean jack. I’ve been to ‘em before and the next day was bewildered as what was reported was totally different than what I’d witnessed. I’m a HUGE Dog fan, but practice stats are just that. I’d be remiss without stating these facts: 30-24, 8 of 9, 17 of 20.
Once again, it’s time to say…HOW BOUT THEM DAWGS !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!


August 10th, 2010
9:26 pm

Welch I heard was 1-3 for 41 yards, The 1 completion was a TD to Logan Gray for 41 yards. Wonder why AJC does not mention this…..About Welch or Gray…


August 10th, 2010
9:27 pm

Hebron is keeping the “Akeem” ILB warm for Dent. Hebron will bust out big in his last year — bank on it!


August 10th, 2010
9:36 pm

Kramer, we’re looking at stats from a scrimmage game. It’s a rather informal update on who’s doing what as we tune up for the season. What were you expecting? Speaking of stats, I like Waushan’s. Looks like Grantham’s defense is susceptible to the run :-)


August 10th, 2010
9:45 pm

There’s nothing dumber than a Georgia Bulldog.


August 10th, 2010
9:50 pm

OMG its catch 22. If the offense looked good u would say the D is bad. If the D looked good you would say the O is bad. Wait for the season.


August 10th, 2010
9:59 pm

Did Kris Durham not scrimmage. He was the stud from the spring game. Please don’t tell me he is hurt.


August 10th, 2010
10:13 pm

Look at Logan Gray with his bad self, catching footballs out there.


August 10th, 2010
10:34 pm

what is the point of putting up stats from a scrimmage game. I would hope that Murray could lite it up against 2nd team. and I would hope Mason would struggle against 1st team. Murray had 1 line to protect him against some freshman, sophmores and fill ins. so he should be able to lite it up with people like Green going against 2nd team backs. And i Would hope that the Number one defense would be all over Mason who probably couldnt find a 2nd string reciever covered by number one d-back to save his life. And was probably looking for these reciever while running for that same life. its counterproductive to put numbers out that are so out of wack. The scrimmage was for one purpose to get the number one teams someone to line up on and run what they have been learning.


August 10th, 2010
10:34 pm

Throw the ball to Charlesand Lynch….. still a long way to go for the defense.


August 10th, 2010
11:05 pm

It’s a scrimmage. Do not read to much into it either way. Lot of month left.

Idiots...all of you

August 10th, 2010
11:10 pm

Well, it looks like UGAs second team D is still clearly better than the Maggots first team D….sucks for the dorks on North Avenue, but then again what’s new?


August 10th, 2010
11:20 pm

uh, Huh, looks like the bloggers predictions of Murray’s demise were premature. Man, did they all look stupid today. Way to light em’ up Murray.

Banjo Mango

August 10th, 2010
11:22 pm

Hey now, the O can put up some yards baby. SC/Ark in for a LONG, LONG, DAY. Wait until the tight ends get some work.

Manny Back P

August 10th, 2010
11:24 pm

If practice stats don’t matter, why you goons writing that and reading this blog?

Penn S

August 10th, 2010
11:25 pm

#1 Offense did great, and #1 defense did great. can’t ask for much more.


August 10th, 2010
11:29 pm

Still, very bad that Murray’s still throwing an interception every game. Not sure what Bobo & Richt are doing, but Murray’s not improving with ball protection.

He needs to be up around a 4.0+ td to int ratio like Fla/Bama, not 2.0 like Joe Cox.

TD to Int ratio is the only stat that matters for Georgia this year.

If Murray keeps up the 2.0 td to int ratio, it will cost Georgia a National Championship. Must be up above 4.

Can Murray just have 1 game where he doesn’t throw an interception?

Penn S

August 10th, 2010
11:31 pm

Murray did a much better job of getting the ball to his playmakers. Green made 2 huge catches, Thomas/King has some big catches too, and Ealey had some big runs.

Timmy Dog

August 11th, 2010
12:39 am

So it looks we’re getting the Cleveland Browns version of Graham instead of the Dallas Cowboys one. Uh oh. We are in trouble.


August 11th, 2010
1:53 am

Thanks – love the updates!


August 11th, 2010
4:18 am

dawgs can least afford the loss of brandan smith,but once again another surprise to the dawgnation
less than a month ago,mark richt reported no problems with any player on the team and then we learn that branden may have problems with low test scores.

my take is he is gone since richt does not sound very encourging,if he is indeed gone this will be a huge loss to the team.


August 11th, 2010
6:40 am

3 weeks 3 days


August 11th, 2010
7:18 am

Avery, TD are worth 6 points. Ints could be bad or have noconcequences. You never know if that was inside the red zone (bad) or on a 3rd and long (no worse than a short punt). I doubt that all that matter this year. Cox wasn’t exactly low in that ratio and had we been able to run the ball better, and a couple of other issue not been, easily would have won 2/3 more games. Running the ball is what matter way more than if Murray scores twice before making a bad decision.