Richt says facing Clemson will be "scary"
Georgia head coach Mark Richt said after Georgia's spring game that game planning for Clemson will be difficult.
Georgia opens the season at Clemson in what will likely be a showdown between two top-10 teams. The Tigers are returning seven starters on an offense that averaged 41 points per game, good for sixth in the country.
Richt said that breaking in his new defense against Clemson’s explosive scheme, especially the inexperienced secondary, will be a daunting task.
“It’s scary,” Richt said of gameplanning for Clemson. “They’re really good. (Quarterback Tahj) Boyd is one of the best players in America. They’ve got some really skilled receivers. They know what they’re doing. It’s going to be a big challenge, no doubt.”
The Georgia spring game's record-crowd of 45,113 saw the Black Team kicked a pair of fourth-quarter field goals for a 23-17 win over the Red Team. Quarterback Aaron Murray completed 12 of 18 passes for 200 yards and two touchdowns.
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