Fall Camp Day Two: The Rundown

ATHENS - Georgia hit the practice fields for its second day of fall camp on Friday.

1. The team's got a ways to go as far as conditioning. That's to be expected, however. It has only been out there for two full practices. Mark Richt said the team finished a lot stronger today than yesterday. As a matter of fact, yesterday's somewhat weak finish led to some post-practice conditioning drills for the Dawgs. It seems to have worked though, because they looked good today.

2. Georgia has a ton of options at offensive line. However, Richt doesn't plan to sub any more than last season. He wants to keep the unit cohesive, and said subbing would take away from its ability to do that. There are a lot of guys on the roster who can play multiple positions; Kolton Houston being one of those. It's a good problem to have, though. Georgia won't struggle to find options this year as long as its linemen stay healthy.

3. Richt is consistently being impressed by the young guys. Some he's mentioned quite often are Shaq Wiggins and Brendan Langley. Richt called Wiggins a fiery competitor, and said he's starting to do the job while avoiding any moves he could be penalized for. Richt continues to find new faces each day.

4. Michael Bennett and Tramel Terry are working together to get through this rehabilitation process. Bennett said Terry is just getting frustrated for multiple reasons. One is that he's wearing a bulky brace. The other is that he's a freshman. It's a lot to take in for Terry, but Bennett said he's getting there. Bennett on the other hand looks great at this part of his rehab. He was strong all summer and continues to impress Richt during fall practice.

5. Richt loves the iPad. He and the players have been using some new technology to watch film outside the facility. Richt said the iPads are simple to use and players are begging to get ahold of them. It's a good way for players to conveniently review footage in the comfort of their own rooms. We may see a big upside in this advance in technology.

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