Richt not pleased with offense

ATHENS – Georgia continued its spring practices at Sanford Stadium. The team had its final scrimmage of the season before its annual G-Day event next Saturday.

"Overall the defense did well," said Mark Richt of the scrimmage. "The defense shut down the offense."

Up until this week Richt said that he was pleased with the way that the offense had progressed to this point. But now, he said, they are going backwards.

"(Offensively) today wasn't very good," Richt added. "It was ugly. It looked like we were turning the corner until today. G-Day may be (different) but today didn't get me fire up about things."

"Some guys didn't play with a lot of heart offensively and that bothered me," Richt concluded.

The one bright spot for the offense was Danny Ware. The new running back could spend time at fullback in the future but as for next fall, Ware will be at running back.

"He's got to learn what to do. When he does he will help us this year. We will cross train him at fullback but he is a running back right now. If he keeps progressing he will play and he will help us for sure," said Richt.


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