Georgia has two more on-campus practices today and Friday after holding a two-hour full pads practice on Wednesday.
Coach Mark Richt described the practice as “real sloppy.”
Classes have been over for more than a week on campus. Outside linebacker Jordan Jenkins likened the bowl practices to preseason camp when it’s football only.
“The downtime when we’re not practicing is the part you’ve got to make it through,” Jenkins said. “You’re sitting there not having anything to do with everybody gone.”
Georgia players were given the chance to play Whiffle ball and paintball to break up the monotony.
All-American linebacker Jarvis Jones has enjoyed his hectic life slowing down during bowl practices.
“It’s the only chance I have to be lazy when we’re not over here,” he said. “I got a chance to just sit around the house, watch football, play the video games, just be lazy. I don’t get a chance to be lazy during the year with school, football, studying. Now all I’ve got is football.”