2010 Fall Camp: Day Five Practice Report

ATHENS - A late-afternoon storm interrupted Friday's practice, but the players and coaches of the Georgia football team adjusted accordingly and still got in a full session.

The Bulldogs had gotten through about an hour of their fifth session of preseason camp when rain, lightning and heavy winds forced them off the Woodruff Practice Fields. During the delay, which lasted approximately 90 minutes, the players and coaches watched film of the early part of practice. When the storm subsided, they logged the last hour of the practice.

"Things come up – whether it's in a practice or in a game – and you have to handle them," Georgia defensive coordinator Todd Grantham said. "I was pleased with the way our guys did that. It's important to be able to do that, to handle adversity. It's important to be able to adjust to what the other team is doing. That's what this was like."

The Bulldogs will be putting on full pads for the first time on Saturday. Friday's session was held in shells.

"On Saturday, we're going to see who's ready to play, who's ready to be tough, who's ready to be physical," Georgia offensive coordinator Mike Bobo said. "We'll see who's ready to line up."

"We'll be tackling to the ground on Saturday," Georgia head coach Mark Richt said. "We'll also begin the review of what we've put in. I was glad we got it all done today. We got it in, and that was good."

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