The Georgia football team is back on the practice field this morning in much more comfortable conditions.
The morning fog has cleared but there is cloud cover and temperatures in the lower 70s to start out.
The media only had 15 minutes today to view the workout in shorts and helmets.
One bit of news was outside linebacker Josh Dawson working with the defensive line on the blocking sleds, a signal that a move to defensive end might be in the works.
‚ÄúAccelerate on contact!‚Äù first-year defensive line coach Chris Wilson barked at this players. ‚ÄúBe a foot soldier!‚Äù
Offensive coordinator Mike Bobo was still fiery as usual on the practice field, but offered Todd Gurley a compliment early in practice.
‚ÄúI watched Gurley on YouTube last night and you were killing it,‚Äù Bobo said.
Freshman Brendan Douglas continues to show good burst at tailback.
Another freshman, A.J. Turman, fumbled on one exchange. Running backs coach Bryan McClendon asked him to do the drill again and it came off cleanly.
‚ÄúThat‚Äôs better,‚Äù McClendon said.
Freshman J.J. Green continues to work with the tailbacks.
Christian LeMay, competing for the No. 3 quarterback spot, got chewed out a bit by both Bobo and Mark Richt at one point.
Keith Marshall is practicing with his left knee wrapped, but he‚Äôs in a regular jersey.
Freshman Tim Kimbrough got second-team work at inside linebacker with Ryne Rankin in one drill. Amarlo Herrera and Reggie Carter were the ones. Didn‚Äôt see Ramik Wilson, but he may have been elsewhere. (UPDATE: Mark Richt said Wilson was out today with a stomach bug).
Rankin made an interception and inside linebackers coach Kirk Olivadotti told him: ‚ÄúYou get one interception and then you need oxygen?
In green non-contact jerseys: safety Shaquille Fluker (hamstring) and linebacker Devin Bellamy (shoulder).
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