The Georgia Bulldogs returned to practice on Monday afternoon for a 90-minute session in helmets, shoulder pads and shorts, their first on-field workout since last Saturday’s decisive victory over No. 16 Clemson. With an open date this weekend, the Bulldogs were able to focus on addressing issues against the Tigers instead of preparing for their next opponent.
“We tried to correct mistakes,” head coach Mark Richt said. “We’re trying to get better every day. We have a lot of things to correct. Knowing you have two open dates, it’s not bad to have one right now prior to a really good Eastern Division foe. It’s a good time for this.”
Georgia conducted meetings and a conditioning session on Monday...Read More