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DawgNation links: G-Day game

David Ching writes: With the Bulldogs' offensive leaders rooting for the offense on both sides of the ball and the somewhat depleted defense making some solid plays nonetheless, Georgia's G-Day game had its moments.

ChingInsider: To cap off a relatively average spring game, quarterback Christian LeMay grabbed the spotlight late in his efforts to become Aaron Murray’s backup in the fall.

DawgNation staff: G-Day by the numbers.

Kipp Adams writesInsider: Georgia’s class of 2013 earned its 15th commitment Saturday in a G-Day game bonus, as two-way player Reggie Wilkerson gave Mark Richt a verbal commitment. Wilkerson is expected to play in the Bulldogs' secondary.

AdamsInsider: Class of 2014 receiver Demarre Kitt got things started early Saturday before Georgia’s annual G-Day game, committing to the Bulldogs before noon. He’s the third sophomore to commit to UGA, and only the ninth sophomore commit in the nation.