ATHENS, Ga. (AP) -- Georgia football coach Mark Richt moved into
the press box for today's G-Day, getting a birds-eye view of the
team that some are predicting will win the college football
national championship in 2008. The coach said, "To be honest with you, I felt pretty blessed."
He was not talking about being sheltered from the light mist
that did little to discourage the 19,874 fans who spread across the
lower level of Sanford Stadium.
Richt said, "I saw a well-conditioned team that has a bunch of
good-looking athletes." The Red squad beat the Black squad 17-3.
Receiver Michael Moore scored both touchdowns on scoring passes
from Matthew Stafford covering 30 yards and Logan Gray for 12
yards. There were two long field goals by walkons -- a 47-yarder by
Andrew Jensen and a 52-yarder by Brian Behr.
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