"It was a perfect day temperature-wise for practice. There's my weather report," Georgia coach Mark Richt said with a laugh. "We got the work in today and I think we're getting better little by little. The offense was a little sloppy today. We had trouble picking up blitzes. But we had our first 1-minute drill and the execution was good. So we're getting there."
Senior nose Chris Mayes was credited with seven tackles, including two for a loss and a sack in last Saturday's scrimmage. On Tuesday, Mayes was asked to evaluate his play.
"For me, I was still disappointed because I had some missed assignments, I didn't place my hand on the right man, things like that," Mayes said. "The tackles I got were more like effort tackles. I think the scrimmage gave me a lot of things to work on and build off of."