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Friday, August 20, 2010

Richt speaks (briefly), therefore I blog

Mark Richt had to rush off to a speaking engagement so we didn’t get him for long after Friday’s practice. Here’s what he did have to say:

He was retroactively critical of Thursday’s practice.

“Did I tell you it stunk yesterday?” Richt said, looking around. “Well it did.”

He came to that conclusion after watching film on Friday. The effort was much-improved today.

So what was wrong Thursday? Just the energy wasn’t there.

“If we had played somebody in a real high-tempo offense, we would’ve been in trouble,” Richt said.

- In a stunning revelation, it helps Aaron Murray to have A.J. Green to throw to:

“If you throw it near him, if there’s a reasonable prospect of him catching it, he’ll catch it,” Richt said.

- The head coach didn’t want to rate how close Nick Williams and Jakar Hamilton are for the other safety spot.

“They’re both giving great effort,” Richt said.

- Guard Cordy Glenn, dealing with mono, has been doing some indoor conditioning, with a target of returning to practice the week of the opener.

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