The Bulldogs are scheduled for another practice Friday evening, followed by their first scrimmage on Saturday at Sanford Stadium.
Richt was asked what he is looking forward to in the scrimmage.
“That’s the first time we put it all together,” he said. “(At practice), we do the fundamental drills, then group work, then 11-on-11 without really moving the ball. In the scrimmage, we’ll have drives and we’ll see how we handle live tackling and live blocking.”
Richt said Georgia’s offensive continues to show improvement.
“Coach (Will) Friend has been mixing and matching the No. 1 unit, so our No. 1 and No. 2 are pretty good,” Richt said. “We can run our plays and we can protect. We’re not worried about if we have five who can play. We want to make sure it’s the right five. If we have a rotation, what does that look like? We’re also cross training guards and tackles in case of injuries. We can create depth with guys knowing more than one position.”
Overall, Richt said he feels “good about what we’ve done so far.”
“We see flashes from guys on both sides,” Richt said. “One play, they’ll do it just right. The next play might not be as good. Consistency and dependability are what we’re looking for. We want to do it right all the time. That’s why we have 29 practices before the first game.”