Dawgs Ranked 23, Expect Better

ATHENS, Ga. The Georgia football team kicked off a busy day on Saturday with a 90-minute morning practice.

The session started with intermittent rain during stretching and ended with rain as the Bulldogs went through their final snaps, but Georgia coach Mark Richt was happy with the progress in between.

“We got everything done that we wanted to,” Richt said. “I’m thankful we got practice in.”

Following practice, the Bulldogs went into Picture Day mode. The players and coaches were to pose for individual, segment and team photos in the Coliseum due to the rain, then hold a private session with family members. From 3-5 pm. today, the Bulldogs will sign autographs and pose for photos at Sanford Stadium.

“It’s a busy day,” Richt said. “It’s great that the guys get to see moms and dads, aunts and uncles, and friends and then

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