ATHENS, Ga. The Georgia Bulldogs conducted a two-hour practice in shoulder pads and shorts on Friday afternoon in Athens as they close in on the two-week point prior to the season opener against Louisiana-Lafayette on Sept. 4.
Head coach Mark Richt praised his team’s effort and intensity on Friday and called it much-improved from the previous day’s session.
“Today’s practice was a whole lot better than yesterday’s,” Richt said.
“Yesterday’s was not very good, especially after watching the film. I thought our effort was very good today, much improved. The weather probably had a little something to do with it. Yesterday was going backwards as far as the effort you need.
“The effort was not there as a team, as a unit,” Richt continued. “Everybody seemed to struggle getting in and out of the huddle, and we weren’t sharp with our personnel