"It was hard-hitting, the energy was there all the time, and I saw some good leadership," said Richt.
The defense started strong and no one was better than sophomore end Justin Houston. He was credited with four tackles, two tackles for a loss, two sacks and a 30-yard interception return for a touchdown.
"Justin was the most productive defensive player Saturday," said Richt. "He caught my eye and made a lot of plays. We missed some more opportunities to catch the ball."
Houston's touchdown came on the first play of a one-minute drill with Joe Cox directing the offense. The senior finished the day 6-for-18 for 65 yards and two touchdowns including a 26-yard scoring strike to sophomore A.J. Green.
The longest touchdown play of the morning came from freshman Aaron Murray to sophomore flanker Israel Troupe. The pair hooked up on a 64- yard bomb right before halftime. Murray ended up 6-for-10 for 132 yards and two touchdowns. Troupe was the team's leading receiver with three catches for 111 yards. Sophomore quarterback Logan Gray was 7- for-9 for 52 yards and one touchdown while freshman Zach Mettenberger was 1-for-5 for 39 yards.
Meanwhile at tailback, Georgia's current healthy options are sophomore Caleb King (10 rushes for 43 yards) and redshirt freshman Carlton Thomas (6 rushes for 25 yards). Junior Kalvin Daniels shared the workload in the last scrimmage but did not see action Saturday due to a shoulder injury. Therefore, junior Fred Munzenmaier saw extensive playing time Saturday with a team-high 11 carries for 54 yards and one touchdown.
"Fred did well today and a lot of his reps were tailback rushes, and he looked very fluid," said Richt. "If we blocked it for three yards, he got five. He did a good job of finishing runs. He runs like an athletic fullback with power and vision."
In the fall along with King, Daniels and Thomas, Georgia will have a healthy Richard Samuel, Dontavius Jackson and incoming freshman Washaun Ealey competing at tailback. For now, Munzenmaier has made the most of his playing time and presents a different style of runner, according to Richt.
Georgia had one injury during the scrimmage when junior reserve safety Andrew Johnson dislocated his right ankle.
The Bulldogs will have three more practices next week before wrapping up spring drills with the annual G-Day game next Saturday at 1:05 p.m.