Earlier on Friday, Georgia held its bowl media day and offensive coordinator/offensive line coach Neil Callaway, defensive coordinator/secondary coach Willie Martinez and selected student-athletes visited with the media. Head coach Mark Richt was out of town Friday due to a family matter.
Callaway said the Bulldog offense will use the practice time in Athens and Atlanta to help prepare for West Virginia's defensive scheme.
"West Virginia's defense is a little bit different than what we're accustomed to," said Callaway. "They run a 3-5-3, which is an eight man front that is more or less designed to stop the run. They can also go to a cover 2 look that is more to defend the pass."
Kickoff for the Nokia Sugar Bowl will be 8:30 p.m., and the game will be televised by ABC.