"(On Tuesday), I got pretty excited, and they carried it over to today," Richt said. "It was a fine-effort day. There are so many guys who are making plays. ... I saw everyone working hard today. I didn't see anyone wane or fall by the wayside."
"They are playing well," Richt said. "The competition is healthy. They are sharp in the meetings and focused at the practices. They are all great kids. They are intelligent, talented and they do a wonderful job of competing without making it personal. They all get along."
Georgia will have its first two-a-day session on Thursday, including a morning workout in full pads.