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GSU Blue-White Game Saturday at Paulson

The annual Blue-White Spring Game Saturday will provide Georgia Southern fans with multiple new things to see – like additional seating, changes in the Eagles’ offense, and a different coaching staff.
Admission to the Blue-White game April 12 is free, but Georgia Southern Athletics is asking Eagle Nation to bring canned food items to help stock the shelves of the Statesboro Food Bank. In addition to canned items, boxed macaroni and cheese and cereal with a long shelf life are other non-perishable items that are also welcome.
The canned goods may be dropped off at the Gate 4 entrance to Paulson Stadium before the game. Gates open at 11 a.m. prior to the noon kickoff.
Locally, the Georgia Southern Radio Network affiliate 106.5 FM WZBX-Sylvania will broadcast the game. The audio feed will be available to GS All-Access Subscribers at
The aromas wafting from the Tailgate Cook-off will attract judges to the special cookoff zone beginning at 10 a.m. Fans can sample the entries with the purchase of a $2 wristband. After the fans’ votes are tabulated, the Tailgate Cook-off winner will be announced at halftime
Bounce houses and inflatables courtesy of Crazy Nick’s Inflatables for children ages 3-12 will be hard to miss at Gate 7. After the game, Eagle fans of all ages are invited onto Glenn Bryant Field to get autographs from new head coach Willie Fritz and the Georgia Southern players.
Concessions stands will be open to serve fans beginning at 11 a.m. and the University Store location on the south concourse will be open to provide the newest Georgia Southern gear and accessories.
Fritz and the Eagle coaching staff evaluated the film from April 5’s first scrimmage for their first complete look at the team as well as position by position.
“It really was interesting to see – sometimes you watch the game live and you think you think one thing, and then you watch the videotape and evaluate it, and something else is really happening out there,” said Georgia Southern Head Football Coach Willie Fritz. “I was very impressed with the effort that we played with for the first scrimmage and we kind of made a working depth chart that will help us over the next few practices.”
With five practices remaining, including Saturday’s Blue-White Spring Game at 12 noon at Paulson Stadium, there are still a number of concepts Coach Fritz wants to touch on that have not yet been covered this spring.
“We are going to do a lot of work on the kicking game, kickoff, kickoff return, drill work, so when our guys come into camp in the fall, we have an idea of what we are doing in every single phase of the kicking game.”
Fritz has implemented his staff’s own signature on the Eagles this spring as GSU plays its first season as a FBS member in the Sun Belt Conference after moving up from the FCS Southern Conference.
Coach Erk Russell called Paulson Stadium the “Prettiest Little Stadium in America,” but with the new listed capacity of 25,000 for fall 2014, “little” may not fit as part of the reference. During Saturday’s scrimmage, construction crews were working on both the mid-deck, which adds more than 6,000 seats to the configuration, and the state-of-the-art football operations facility at the east end of Paulson facing Lanier Drive.