Spring practices aren’t easy — at Georgia or anywhere else around the country. They might not be your old school, two-a-day in 90-degree weather type of practice, but they are no walk in the park either. So when teams are able to get some time off from drills on the field, players get excited, almost regardless of what the reason is.
The Georgia Bulldogs got to experience that feeling first hand on Friday, as they cut practice short to go bowling. Not just bowling for bowling’s sake, however. Rather, Georgia met up with the local Boys and Girls Club for some friendly competition on the lanes:
— Georgia Football (@FootballUGA) March 18, 2017
Whether it was the Bulldog players themselves or the kids they were able to meet, it’s unclear who had the better time. Regardless, it seems that everyone who was involved had a great time, and it all went to a good cause.