Fall Camp's Final Day: The Rundown

ATHENS - Georgia had its final day of Fall Camp today, but the team still has much work to do.

1. Georgia had its annual "Watermelon Cuttin'" festivities today to celebrate the final day of Fall Camp. That being said, the work's definitely not over before the season's kickoff. That's just the Fall Camp part. Classes started today for players, which means practice time will begin to be a bit more limited. Mark Richt knows he and his staff have decisions to make in the coming weeks, and Wednesday's scrimmage will be the place to start.

2. Aaron Murray threw three interceptions in Georgia's previous scrimmage, but said he doesn't mind that fans get to see those 'unofficial' stats. He also said there's no reason for fans to be worried. After Richt watched the film, he told Murray the same thing he's told everyone…the passes were thrown in the right place, they just stayed in the air too long. Murray has his head on straight, and said he'll lead his team in the right direction on Wednesday evening.

3. There's obviously a competition going on for that number three running back spot. Keith Marshall said the number one and two spots were on lock, and he and Todd Gurley continue to work together to push each other and get better. Marshall said anyone could win the number three spot right now. Whether it's A.J. Turman, J.J. Green or Brendan Douglas, Marshall said any one of those guys could fill the slot. Marshall was especially impressed by Green, but then again who hasn't been?

4. That offensive line is full of possibilities, but there are still decisions to be made. However, Richt said he won't play just one player in each spot. He said he and his staff plan to run at least two players in every spot on the line. These are some pretty strong words about the depth of the line, but players like Watts Dantzler say it's a strong possibility. Dantzler said he and his teammates have hit the weights harder this offseason than ever to get physically prepared.

5. Did Richt do his coveted backflip during the team's Ramsey day on Saturday? The answer is yes, and Richt claims it won't be his last. While he did admit he was a little nervous with the hip, he said he felt comfortable as he worked his way up to the high dive. Richt said he does this to convince younger players who are "chickening out" to jump in the pool.

"I tell them I'm 53 years old, and if I can backflip into the pool they can at least jump into it," Richt said.

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