Higher stakes for Dogs' summer workouts 

June, 22, 2012
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ATHENS, Ga. -- Georgia’s football players are just getting started with their summer conditioning and informal passing sessions, but the buzz surrounding those workouts is a bit different this year.

As members of a team that is sure to enter the season with a top-10 ranking and as a favorite to win the SEC East, the Bulldogs can pave the way for a successful season by beginning to build a strong knowledge and conditioning base now.

“Right now it’s early in the summer, but I think that everybody’s really excited about not only the season, but preparing for the season and I hope that they follow through with what I think they want to get accomplished,” Georgia coach Mark Richt said. “Because if they’re in great condition and they’re stronger and they’re quicker as a team, it’s going to be a great way to start our camp. Then it’s going to be our job as coaches to try to have the right amount of contact, the right amount of conditioning and those types of things.”
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