ATHENS — The Georgia football team scurried about through drill work with skies clouding and temperatures dropping into the low 80s on Tuesday.
Quarterback Jake Fromm looked sharp as ever in the limited media viewing window, having put the 43-14 win at Tennessee in his rearview mirror.
Coach Kirby Smart made it clear the team turned the page on Sunday. The team is focused on what figures to be a physical battle against upset-minded South Carolina at noon on Saturday in Sanford Stadium
The No. 3-ranked Bulldogs are hoping to get cornerback Tyson Campbell and nose tackle Jordan Davis back from injuries. Neither was present during the media viewing portion of practice on Monday or Tuesday.
Campbell has a foot injury suffered on Sept. 14, while Davis injured his left ankle on the second play of the game at Tennessee last Saturday.
Offensive guard Solomon Kindley, who suffered an ankle injury in the first half of the 23-17 Notre Dame win, continues to pick up speed even as he works behind Justin Shaffer as the second-team left guard.
Defensive tackle Julian Rochester, who saw his first action of the season at Tennessee after undergoing offseason knee surgery, was among the more active and impressive defensive linemen in drill work.