Georgia Football Pro Day 2011: What Could Go Wrong?

The Georgia Bulldogs' 2011 offseason has been by and large a magical one, with Mark Richt's latest signing class drawing coast-to-coast raves. The coach himself has been busy upping his street cred with the introduction of his swank new digs, and honing his edge as the bad-boy-with-the-heart-of-gold by reporting a couple recruiting violations, just to remind onlookers he ain't no square. The Dawgs' 2011 pro day is set for this Wednesday, and are you thinking what I'm thinking?

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That's right. It's the perfect time for something to go terribly, terribly wrong.

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According to the AJC, players on display will include  Clint Boling, Shaun Chapas, Vance Cuff, Chris Davis, Josh Davis, Akeem Dent, Demarcus Dobbs, Kris Durham, Darryl Gamble, Chad Gloer, A.J. Green, Justin Houston, Derek Rich and Kiante Tripp. By our most scientific estimate, we're predicting five of them will be arrested en route to the stadium for nebulous and inexplicable traffic violations. If you'd like to watch the two or three that manage to make it to the event without being handcuffed first, the workout will be broadcast on ESPN3. 

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