Georgia will hold their 12th practice of Fall Camp today and their first scrimmage. Head Coach Kirby Smart elaborated on what this scrimmage will be like for the Bulldogs after Thursday’s practice.
“It will be very similar to the scrimmages we’ve done in the past where it’s 1s vs. 1s game situations, 2s vs. 2s game situations, 3s vs. 3s, goal line situations, two-minute situations, red area, what we call ‘move the field,’ which is just a normal part of the game. It’s very similar to what we normally do, it will just have a lot of kicking mixed in it.”
And is there a particular position group that the coaching staff will focus on?
“Every position is will be a focus in the scrimmage. The offensive line is the part that I’m challenging because we’ve got to be able to run the ball and protect the passer to be efficient and get where we need to go. In the scrimmage, we’ll have a lot of snaps and will give a lot of kids opportunities. We’ll have a lot of special team situations. We’re going to find out a lot about our team as far as who’s ready and who’s not by that competition.”
To listen to Coach Smart talk about what the Bulldog’s first scrimmage will entail, you can find his comments at approximately the 7:20 mark in the video.