"To hear the band and see the fans, you kind of start to zone that out when you're in the game," Chandler said. "It really made me understand the blessing and the opportunity that I have."
"Those guys are just not ready to play a real consistent ball game like we think Tripp can," Richt said. "And now that they aren't playing quite as much as you can kind of pick your spots with them, it might be even better for them to have a chance to succeed."
PRACTICE REPORT: The Bulldogs worked out for just more than an hour Monday. They will return to the field this afternoon for a full pads practice.