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Georgia Bulldogs Release First Video of 2022 Fall Practices

August 6, 2022

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ATHENS - The Georgia Bulldogs and their coach Kirby Smart released the first video of the season on Saturday. 

The snippet is very short, but highlights a slew of players for the Dawgs including Marcus Rosemy-Jacksaint, Broderick Jones, freshman Bear Alexander, Chaz Chambliss, MJ Sherman, Ladd McConkey, Daijun Edwards, a look at what appears to be the No. 1 unit of the offensive line (at least in one drill) and Kelee Ringo. 

Georgia has not permitted video at practices in Athens for years, so all video of practices comes from the football office itself. 

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The Bulldogs kickoff the season early next month. The program open practices for the season Thursday. Nine Georgia Bulldogs including six on the First Team, were included on the 2022 Preseason Media Days All-Southeastern Conference Team. Georgia was picked to win the SEC Eastern Division.  The Bulldogs have won the Eastern Division four out of the last five years.

The Dawgs were picked to lose to Nick Saban’s Alabama Crimson Tide in the 2022 SEC Championship Game by the media after SEC Media Days. Kirby is entering his seventh season at UGA. His program has won the Rose, Sugar, Peach and Orange Bowls along with the 2017 SEC Championship and the 2021 CFP national title. He was a four-year letterman at Georgia before starting his coaching career. 

This fall Georgia will start the season against Oregon in Atlanta in the Chick-fil-A Kickoff Game. That game will start at 3:30 on ABC. The massive matchup is expected to be one of the biggest games at the start of the season. Kirby has not lost a season opener during his tenure at Georgia. 

He said on Thursday that he wasn’t thinking about the Ducks yet.

“The last thing I'm worried about is Dan Lanning. I mean, we got a million battles to face before that. I'm not even thinking about Oregon,” he told reporters. “Our concern is our roster. How do we build depth? I mean, we're not even thinking about that. We're so far away from that right now. We're focused on us, our team, our connection and getting the right players in the right spots. If we do that, that's going to control the outcome of the game, much more than what he knows about us and what I know about him.”


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