With 11 more sessions, including the spring game on April 12, the Georgia Bulldogs are in the thick of spring practices.
This spring season is important for the Bulldogs because they are trying to improve from their 8-5 record last season. Therefore, not only does the execution on offense and defense have to be crisp, but there can’t be a lot of negative energy around the program like there was before the practices started with the four players getting arrested.
However, based on what has been reported out of Athens, there are a lot of positive signs emerging from spring practice. Here’s a look at a few of them.