The doors of Georgia’s practices are closed to the media the rest of this week.
Word was given to reporters a couple of hours before practice Tuesday that there would be no viewing period.
Today’s scrimmage and Thursday’s situational scrimmage are also closed, as are practices on Friday and Saturday.
Georgia opens the season Sept. 1 against Buffalo.
“Things are getting picked up,” defensive end Abry Jones said. “Guys are really realizing the countdown is getting lower and lower and the game’s really around the corner.”
The closing of Tuesday’s practice came after coach mark Richt already said Monday night that he would cut back by five minutes the viewing time for media after reporters saw tailback Keith Marshall get dinged in a drill.
“If I’m mad at anybody, it’s myself,” Richt said Monday.
Marshall, who teammates said returned to practice Monday, wasn’t listed on Tuesday’s official injury report.