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I'm gonna go get the papers, get the papers: What's being said about the Dawgs

A quick look at some articles on the Dawgs after the second practice of spring is in the books.

Maybe the plan is for JJ to save his last season of eligibility replacing Murray?
Maybe the plan is for JJ to save his last season of eligibility replacing Murray?

Let's jump right into it, shall we:

Marc Weiszer on Aaron Murray's spring break plans. Basically, he's going to Oklahoma instead of having a fun vacation, where "QB guru" George Whitfield is preparing Landry Jones for the draft, to work out with Whitfield twice a day alongside Ohio St's Braxton Miller.

Weiszer talks about how DeLoach adds beef to the LB core. The Harris County man is impressing at OLB, along with the physical Jordan Jenkins, adds mass to our LBs, after the generally undersized for a 3-4 Jarvis and 'Tree have moved on.

Harvey-Clemons wants to get S down before moving to OLB. As some may have feared, he's one of those that struggle adding weight, but hidden in there is your current starting S duo, Corey Moore and freshman Tray Matthews.

RB depth to improve after spring break. Soon, Brandon Harton and Keith Marshall will be back from their injuries and giving Gureen a break.

Speaking of Mr. Green, Richt discusses the plan for Georgia's youngest player. Sounds like a role we've seen from Brandon Boykin and Branden Smith, some at slot receiver, occasional TB, and definitely returning kicks on special teams.

Damien Swann takes on a leadership role in the secondary. Understandable, since as he says, he's the only guy back there with significant playing time under his belt.

Jordan Jenkins has big plans. The kid showed all the tools to flourish in Jarvis Jones' old spot, and wants 10+ sacks this year.

More on JHC's weight problems. Mark Richt has lost control of the cafeterias.

Georga-Clemson, prime time across the nation. Thanks to Dawg Haus, you already know, but Georgia renewing their rivalry with Clemson has been picked up by ABC to go nationally at 8 p.m. Schedule your tailgates, hotel rooms, and the rest accordingly.