The team opened practice with conditioning drills before splitting the field into offensive and defensive units.
“We had a good practice,” said head coach Mark Richt. “I think the guys seemed to be focused. I didn’t see anyone that didn’t have the right kind of attitude toward this first practice. Last night our guys had a great time at the ESPNZone. We appreciate the Sugar Bowl for providing that for us.”
Later Wednesday night the team will eat dinner at Fogo de Chao in Atlanta. On Thursday morning the Sugar Bowl teams may participate in an FCA Breakfast and Georgia will continue practice just before noon again at St. Pius.
The Sugar Bowl will be televised live on ABC.