Richt says scrimmage 'wasn't great' 

August, 15, 2012
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ATHENS, Ga. -- Mark Richt said he saw some good things, but he didn’t see what he wanted when Georgia staged its second preseason scrimmage Wednesday afternoon at Sanford Stadium.

“I thought we looked like a pretty good team,” Richt said. “But pretty good is about 8-4. I think that’s pretty good. Maybe 9-3 if you’re lucky. But we’d like to do better than 8-4. That’s about how we played today. It wasn’t just awful, but was it great? No, it wasn’t great.”

The Bulldogs got standout performances from freshman tailback Todd Gurley (eight carries for 87 yards and two touchdowns, including a 66-yard scoring run) and receiver Chris Conley (four catches for 114 yards and a 70-yard touchdown), but Richt also pointed out a number of sloppy plays.
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