Dawgs Continue Practice

ATHENS - Georgia practiced for approximately two hours on Saturday, one day before the Bulldogs likely will find out who their bowl opponent will be.

Georgia coach Mark Richt said since the Bulldogs don¹t know their foe yet, Saturday¹s practice was similar to the ones conducted in the spring.

³It was a very good day,² Richt said. ³It was highly spirited and competitive. I liked the way they worked. We don¹t know who we¹re playing yet, but if we keep practicing like that, we¹ll be all right for this game and down the road.

³We looked at it like spring ball. We concentrated on fundamentals and competing against each other. The guys got after it. It was a good day.²

Richt was asked if he would be watching the SEC Championship Game between Alabama and Florida Saturday afternoon. With a smile, he said, ³I don¹t know yet. I asked myself that question this morning, and I don¹t have the answer yet.²

The Bulldogs will resume practice on Wednesday. Georgia is expected to practice in Athens until Dec. 20 and then will break for the Christmas holiday, reconvening at the bowl site.

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