2007 Fall Camp: Day Nine Practice Report

ATHENS - The Georgia Bulldogs returned to practice on Monday with a two-a-day effort which included a full pads workout in the morning and a "shells" session in the afternoon. The Dogs worked out for approximately two and a half hours during each practice.

"We had two full practices today," head coach Mark Richt said. "We didn't cut anything down. The last few practices we might have trimmed five minutes here or 10 minutes there...something to give them some kind of relief. We've been very mindful of the heat. The weather was better today, and they pushed through it pretty good."

Richt said he was pleased with the reaction of the number one offense following Saturday's scrimmage at Sanford Stadium which was controlled by the Dogs' defense.

"The offense came back and did a pretty good job, at least with the one group," Richt said. "The two group is struggling right now because of what's happened up front."

The offensive line is currently without projected starters Chester Adams and Scott Haverkamp, who are out with ankle injuries. In addition, Josh Davis is suffering from a shoulder injury and Tanner Strickland is recovering from a sprained foot.

"When you only have eight scholarship players on the line it makes it hard to give the number one defensive unit the look they need," Richt said. "The guys who are out there are working hard and getting better. The guys who are out should be back in a relatively short amount of time."

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