Nice job with the HD videos and the classical music. What a pleasant change from the fuzzy video and mindless noise you get everywhere else.
Keep this going. It's a cut above.
We were able to watch the first three periods of practice today, and as usual, the team was broken into their respective units working mainly on fundamental drills. A broken record, I know, but some observations were still taken:
Again, please note the limitations of what we are allowed to see.
And now for the really good stuff!
**Please note, the UGA Athletic Association has asked us NOT to include ANY audio of practices. Sticking to the themes of other UGA beat writers, including The Macon-Telegrapgh and Columbus Ledger Enquirer’s Seth Emerson, please enjoy the sweet, classical tunes I have dubbed over the video for your enjoyment.
We start first by watching the RBs take some basic handoff drills to the beautiful, majestic, pure ear candy of Mozart’s The Magic Flute.
Now, enjoy the LBs practice their head-hunting charm to the calming sounds Johann Sebastian Bach’s Brandenburg Concerto No. 2
And finally, let us enjoy the QBs getting ever so in synch with the TEs to the lovely tune of Mainz Chamber Orchestra’s Concerto for Two Trumpets.
We hope you enjoyed Bulldawg Illustrated Masterpiece Theatre this fine, delicate, charming, southern evening. Hopefully these videos have inspired you to reach to the back of the wine cellar and pull the good stuff out for your Mrs. or Mr. in the house. Until next time, Go Dawgs!
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