G-Day is coming, and you can actually call a play!

So Brian, do you think you might want to stick around a little longer than normal for this one? - Matt Cashore-USA TODAY Sports
Spring practice is almost over, which will begin our long journey through the wilderness until we can get back to the promised land come fall.

Perhaps in the near future, that promised land will be in South Bend, Indiana, as reports revealed that Greg McGarity has been in talks with Notre Dame about possibly doing a home and home game with the Fighting Irish. Just how far talks go remain to be seen, and the same goes for any possible hiccups after any agreement comes down like a 9 game SEC schedule, or further adjustments to the NCAA or big boy college athletics with the litany of lawsuits currently ongoing. But it can create some nice dreams to keep us warm until football returns.

Seth Emerson also has a nice profile piece up on Brice Ramsey, as we get ready for a G-Day that will be pretty much as usual. First team O and second team D will go against first team D and second team O, led by coordinators Bobo and Pruitt this Saturday afternoon in Sanford Stadium. Oh, and you can call a play if you'd like. But please don't mention it's drawn in a green notebook.

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