Georgia's fifth game last season came with plenty of hype, with a top-10 opponent coming into town and the Bulldogs donning black jerseys as part of a planned "blackout."
Once again, Georgia welcomes a top-10 team to Sanford Stadium for Week 5, but there won't be any festivities surrounding the uniform to go along with LSU's visit.
"I don't think we'd do a black jersey or black helmet, we wouldn't do a blackout of any kind unless we got the fans into it," Richt said. "I don't think it's worth doing a blackout without it."
That's a trend that defensive coordinator Willie Martinez said could continue, and if Robinson keeps progressing at the same rate, Georgia's defensive ends could become a lot more dangerous as the season goes along.
"He's getting better and better," Martinez said. "He's learning the system, and he's a great athlete. And we need it. We need that push. He did some nice stuff. He's learning it, and he's got the ability, so that's a good thing to see."