"You hate it," Richt said. "He has really been doing well. It's not the end of the world, but it obviously would be better for him to get those reps."
"It was hot; it was humid, and he figured out he had a hamstring (pull)," Garner said. "I haven't had many 300-pounders with a hamstring."
Weston, who is from Red Bank, N.J., has admitted struggling with the Georgia heat.
"It's a different type of heat," he said last week. "You have to adjust, but you can't let that hold you back."
It is holding Weston back, though, Garner said.
"Mentally, he was in Red Bank today," Garner said. "It's a shock to his system. It's a shock mentally, and it's a shock physically."
PRACTICE REPORT: After a cool, rainy day on Monday, the Bulldogs had to fight through a scorching hot, humid day Tuesday.
"The guys fought through it well," Richt said. "It's the best hot day we've had."
On offense, Richt praised the play of quarterback D.J. Shockley. On defense, cornerback DeMario Minter had one interception to take a 4-3 lead on fellow starter Tim Jennings in their internal competition this fall.