Georgia began scout team work for Buffalo on Saturday morning.
It‚Äôs the opener, but it isn‚Äôt the game that‚Äôs been the focus of offseason talk.
That would be the Week 2 game at Missouri, the debut Southeastern Conference game for the Tigers.
‚ÄúWe always prepare for the first two games,‚Äù Bulldogs coach Mark Richt said. ‚ÄúAll summer long, we‚Äôre game-planning Game 1 and Game 2.‚Äù
Missouri freshman receiver Dorial Green-Beckham led Missouri‚Äôs scrimmage Thursday with six catches for 68 yards.
Georgia coaches got a look at him by viewing some of his high school video.
‚ÄúWe pulled some stuff up,‚Äù secondary coach Scott Lakatos said earlier this summer. ‚ÄúYou can get all that stuff online now. Recruiting stuff is easy to get. When you‚Äôre looking at a guy that‚Äôs going to play as a true freshman, you‚Äôve got to take a look and see what you‚Äôre going to get.‚Äù