Most of college football is advancing into the next stage of preseason prep on Friday, as schools will now be entering the summer walk-through portion of the preseason calendar.
This newstage is the next step up from mandatory workouts, as schools can now have up to one hour a day of walk-throughs with a football. Essentially, this will allow teams to start installing some plays, though obviously without any contact or pads. On-field coaches will also be able to have meetings with their players, whether that be team-wide, positional or 1-on-1 for up to an hour a day.
Georgia though has to wait until Sunday to get started with that portion of the NCAA’s preseason calendar, due to Georgia’s season-opener against Virginia taking place on Sept. 7 as opposed to Sept. 5.
So in the meantime, the Bulldogs are still grinding through the mandatory workout portion of the offseason. Players are once again working out, with cameras allowed to capture them going through drills.
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And the various Georgia football social media accounts captured what some of those workouts have looked like.