The Georgia football team is back. No, it hasn’t put on the pads and returned to the practice field, but members of the team are back in Athens and going through voluntary strength and conditioning workouts.
Social media has been filled with players expressing their excitement to back around their teammates and in the various Georgia football facilities. The videos haven’t been of them working out, but it’s safe to assume that the team is very seriously preparing for the upcoming 2020 season.
And with players on campus, it allows us to take a look at some of the questions the Georgia team can answer in the coming weeks. Official practices are still a long ways off, but there’s a number of things that will happen with the Georgia football team in the coming weeks.
And the DawgNation team answered some of those questions and how Georgia goes about addressing them given the current set of circumstances.
- Which players benefit most from workouts?
- Will we see fans in the stands? and how many?
- What are the other key moments still to occur this June and July?
At the end of the broadcast, the guys take a look at some of the SEC over/unders for the upcoming season and weigh their best bets outside of the Georgia Bulldogs. In addition to their SEC East foes, the Bulldogs also play Alabama on Sept. 19.
Georgia’s first game of the season is set for Sept. 7 when the Bulldogs take on Virginia in Atlanta. Cover 4 Live takes place every Thursday at 3 p.m. on the DawgNation Facebook and Youtube channels.
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