The defending SEC East champions were set to take the field on March 17, then the COVID-19 pandemic got in the way. Now, almost three months after SEC spring sports went into coronavirus shutdown, Georgia football players are back on campus.

On Sunday, the official Twitter account of Kirby Smart’s Bulldogs team shared a video showing players arriving to get ready for voluntary workouts. Voluntary workouts obviously aren’t the same as organized spring practice (or fall camp) but they figure to be important for a UGA team replacing many key contributors, including the starting quarterback, from last year’s Sugar Bowl-winning squad.

While players are returning to campus, the Dawgs are still taking COVID-19 precautions. As you can see in the video below, players and staff are both sporting masks.