ATHENS — Georgia conducted its second-to-last practice at its temporary fields on Tuesday, and the final one with a media viewing period. Here’s what could be gleaned:
- Isaiah Wynn was getting work at left tackle, with Dyshon Sims subbing in for Wynn at left guard. So where was Tyler Catalina, who has started every game at left tackle? He was there, just not getting work while the media was out there. Bowl practice is often used to get ready for next year, so that may have been part of it. Either way, it’s something to keep an eye on when the team arrives in Memphis next week.
- There was another tweak on the offensive line: Solomon Kindley was working at right guard, next to Greg Pyke. That may have been entirely about next year, as the team intends to pursue a redshirt Kindley (who played one play at Missouri, his only action of the year).
- Pat Allen was getting work at left guard with the second team.
- Meanwhile, with two inside linebackers dealing with injuries, it looked like sophomore Juwan Taylor was getting a heavy look. The healthy starter is Roquan Smith.
- With Georgia expected to use a lot of dime, the lineup was what it was most of the season: Malkom Parrish and Deandre Baker outside at cornerback, Maurice Smith inside, and Aaron Davis joining him. The safeties were still Dominick Sanders and Quincy Mauger.
- Finally, a special visitor at practice: Kedric Golston, the former Georgia defensive lineman now with the Washington Redskins. Golston is on the injured reserve this season.