Tuesday was the first day of pads and full contact for Georgia Tech this spring. The coaches ran some drills to really get some physical play out of the team, including the always fun to watch Oklahoma drill. Meanwhile Coach Tenuta spent a good amount of time, as he always does, teaching his players to know where to be on the field in different situations. With the increased physical play, it seems that the coaches are really starting to ride the second team a good bit in an ongoing effort to improve our depth. Visit the Hive Insider board for further details!
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