2006 Fall Camp: Day Two Practice Report

2006 Fall Camp: Day Two Practice Report

ATHENS - The Georgia football team practiced for the second time of the 2006 season for two and a half hours on Sunday afternoon.

After the team's media day and first practice was on Saturday, the Bulldogs battled temperatures in the 90s as they practiced on the Woodruff Practice Fields on Sunday. Following Sunday's practice, Georgia head coach Mark Richt said his quarterbacks and their targets have all been impressive so far.

"I have been pretty pleased with the throwing and catching so far," Richt said. "I think the receivers have made a lot of nice catches so far, although it's been with no one hitting them."

Georgia now has 30 true freshmen practicing and Richt said they have been giving a strong effort through the first two practices of the year.

"If the freshmen have done anything, they have done a good job hustling," Richt said. "They are certainly making some mistakes, but at least they are doing them at full speed with good effort."

The Bulldogs are scheduled to practice Monday through Saturday this week and take off Sunday, August 13.

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