"I liked the fact that they were out there," running back Ken Malcome said. "It helped us get our intensity even higher. Everyone on the team wanted to show what they can do. I think it was good for us to have so many people watching."
Tight end Orson Charles also noticed the ramped-up intensity on the final day of March.
"Our offense made great strides today," Charles said. "On Tuesday, the defense killed us. Today, we gave the defense a fight."
Charles was asked if the Bulldogs will be a championship contender this season. "Why not?" he asked. "If we're saying we can't, we're limiting ourselves."
The Bulldogs will hold additional practices on Friday and Saturday. Georgia will conclude spring drills with the G-Day Game April 16 at 1 p.m. at Sanford Stadium.