UGA Football: Kirby Smart Gives G-Day Format

“Last four minutes of each half will be played like a normal game with the clock stoppage,” Smart said. “We will stop the clock on kicking exchanges, scores, injuries, and those kind of things. There’ll be a running clock until the last four minutes of the half in which we want the offenses to go two-minute offense and have to try to score, kind of regardless of what the score is.”

“It’s meant to create high tempo, entertainment, go fast, and get up to the line and go for both offenses,” Smart said of the scrimmage.