ATHENS, Ga. — Walking off the Georgia practice fields during the first week of preseason drills, Coach Mark Richt turned to sports information director Claude Felton and issued a daunting appraisal of his team
August 18, 2003
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The Iron Dawgs finished a grueling nine week session by measuring their gains from the summer. See for yourself the results of each of their tests from Pollack's 700 pound squat to Ben Watson's 565 pound bench press. Included are the bulk of the incoming freshman class.
After a summer of grueling workouts, Georgia Football Players spent the week measuring their gains. Here are some of the high-lights from the week in the weightroom.
The Iron Dawgs are working hard to defend their SEC Title this fall. Dawgpost.com brings you Part III of a long series of photo galleries.
At the start of spring practice, Milner was the number three tight end behind Watson and Michael Turner. Robert Brannon was the number two tight end coming into spring practices but moved to linebacker before the start of spring practice.
ATHENS, Ga. - If it didn't look or feel like spring, at least Georgia players showed the enthusiasm Saturday that normally accompanies the opening day of spring practice.