"You think about what we've got returning," the defensive tackle said. "I mean, we are solid next year. We are trying to compete for a national championship. That's why I came here, and I don't plan on leaving without a national championship."
"We know what we have coming back," he said. "We just have to see what we can do to win it all."
Owens only sent in the paperwork because strength coach Dave VanHalanger asked him if he was interested, he said.
"I was like, ‘Sure, why not?'" Owens said.
PRACTICE REPORT: Georgia worked out for almost 90 minutes Saturday afternoon, with much of that practice held in a light rain. The Bulldogs were missing 15 players due to graduation ceremonies, so they scrimmaged their young players in the second half of the practice.
"They got after it pretty good," Richt said. "It was real short and sweet."
Freshman tight end Aron White, who is redshirting this season, made two nice plays, Richt said.