Georgia Bulldogs football concludes spring practice



Georgia Bulldogs football typically completes spring practice with the G-Day Game, which occurred this past Saturday. However, bad weather postponed two of their 15 practices, giving Georgia Bulldogs football the chance to go live on Tuesday and Thursday this week.

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Georgia Bulldogs football coach Mark Richt said it also was fortuitous that the Bulldogs had 13 members of their signing class enroll early enough to go through spring drills.

“That was very big,” Richt said. “I don’t what kind of spring it would have been without them here. It would have been tough. We needed them in here and it was important that they were here. I’m glad the class was broken up. It was good for us in terms of managing the class and it was big for them in terms of earning credits toward graduation and learning the system.”

Asked what he expects when the Bulldogs reconvene this summer to start pre-season camp, Richt answered, “Intensity.”

“I know we will have a bunch of guys who will work hard to try to earn jobs and who want to play fast,” Richt said. “But until we start playing another team, we don’t know how good we are. It’s just hard to tell.”

Georgia Bulldogs football kicks off the season Aug. 31 at Clemson. 7 p.m. and televised by ABC.

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