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UGA offensive lineman D'Marcus Hayes

Podcast: Under-the-radar newcomer could play important role for UGA this spring

Brandon Adams

Georgia football fans know all about the Bulldogs offensive line struggles last season. As UGA prepares for its 2017 debut in the upcoming spring practices there’s one question that’s top of mind: Will the line be better this year?

I’ll talk about that today on DawgNation Daily — the daily podcast for Georgia Bulldogs fans. I’ll also mention why I think junior college transfer D’Marcus Hayes could play a pivotal role in determining UGA’s chances of improving its performance along the line of scrimmage.

I’ll also preview UGA’s regular season finale at Arkansas on Saturday, and discuss all the scenarios in play for the Georgia basketball team heading into next week’s SEC Tournament.

DawgNation recruiting insider Jeff Sentell also joins the show and we discuss…

  • The chances that 4-star quarterback Emory Jones would consider flipping from Ohio St. to UGA
  • The other dual-threat quarterbacks that are candidates to join the Georgia football team in 2018
  • And Jeff explains why the newest UGA coach is already benefiting the Bulldogs’ recruiting efforts

References from today’s show:

Episode 391 of DawgNation Daily where Chip Towers discussed Georgia’s top spring storylines — including the offensive line

Episode 394 of DawgNation daily where Seth Emerson described UGA’s possible offensive line starters

Joe Lunardi’s latest Bracketology for ESPN

Jeff Sentell’s recent work from DawgNation

Nick Saban story used an unusual recruiting tactic to impress Jonathan Allen

New Tennessee athletic director thinks Vols athletic program can get back on top

The video version of DawgNation Daily can be found here.

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