ATHENS — Georgia football practice No. 2 is in the books, the Bulldogs still working to establish a new identity and new leaders.
There weren’t many clues in the open portion of practice on Thursday, but Kirby Smart will talk on Saturday and provide more insight into how he sees the Bulldogs developing.
The early sentiment is this UGA team could throw the ball more, but it won’t come at the expense of being able to run the football.
DawgNation reporters give their early takes on how Georgia is evolving in what will be Smart’s fourth season at the helm.
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