Sanford Stadium in Athens, Georgia, will be filled with dedicated Fans of the Georgia Bulldogs for the annual G-Day game on April 22 at 2 p.m. ET. University Of Georgia players will be divided into two teams — the offense will play in UGA black jerseys and the defense will play in UGA red jerseys.

According to Athens Life Unleashed, this game will allow coaches, as well as fans, to have a “first glance at the new crop of Bulldog players, plus gauge where the returning players stand, at G-Day.”

Georgia has high hopes for Monty Rice

University of Georgia coaches have been amazed by Monty Rice when they saw him play during his senior season at Alabama High School.

According to DawgNation, Rice is only six spring practices into his first year as a college football player.

His teammate, Reggie Carter states, “He goes, he goes. He’s a great kid. I thought he’d struggle to pick it up, just because that’s how everybody is their freshman year. But, I mean, he’s doing way better than I thought he would.” Coaches are hoping Monty Rice will take the Georgia Bulldogs far in the seasons ahead.

Fan attendance is key in G-Day game

With this being a scrimmage game, attendance from fans is very important. University of Georgia’s Head Coach Kirby Smart says that having a good turnout at the G-Day game will show him how the players will handle a real game.

University of Georgia is hoping for a great day on April 22Nd.

Smart says, "It will be a great setting. You get to see a good, young quarterback in Jake Fromm go out there and compete against Jacob (Eason).

A crowded stadium will not only show players what a real game will be like, but it will also show the players that people from all over the state, support them.

University of Georgia’s coaches, players, and fans are excited to see the talent that will hopefully lead to an SEC Championship win at the end of this 2017-2018 college football season. For fans who cannot attend this year’s G-Day game, the SEC Network will be showing it live. Tune in at 2 p.m. on April 22.