"We were able to hit a little bit of everything today. We ended it with the1-minute drill. With young quarterbacks, you want them to get that experience. We also did a lot of fundamental work, and the guys were very sound."
Richt said he was happy the number of injured players not participating in practice was so small. "That's a blessing," Richt said. "The strength staff did a great job getting the guys ready for camp, and the guys did a great job of working hard to be in shape when they got here. Having more one-a-days and more teaching time is also paying off."
Richt said the Bulldogs will have a special teams practice on Thursday, followed by another abbreviated practice on Friday before Saturday's scrimmage at Sanford Stadium. Said Richt, "We'll make Friday's practice short so that they will have some juice for Saturday."
During a break in Wednesday's session, Richt greeted U.S. Sen. Saxby Chambliss, R-Ga., and presented him with a Georgia jersey.