Quick Hitters: Richt - "No more vacation"

Georgia will enter this season with lofty expectations. The Bulldogs have been picked by most to win the Southeastern Conference, but many publications also have the Dawgs at or near the top of their short national championship contender's list.

This past weekend Georgia Head Coach Mark Richt and his staff completed another summer camp that has already netted one commitment for the 2005 season: Ian Smith.

Still, Richt is preparing for this season and he says that those preparations are going smoothly.

"There is no more vacation, that's for sure," said Richt. "We are just finalizing things for two-a-days. (We are concentrating) on instillation on both sides of the ball and special teams; just your usual thing."

Georgia starts two-a-days in three weeks.

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