Although the 2017 college football season won’t arrive for several months, teams are already hard at work preparing for the fall.
For Kirby Smart and Georgia to make a trip to Atlanta for the SEC championship game, they must make the most out of their time on the practice fields this spring.
That doesn’t mean the Bulldogs can’t have a little fun after their hard work is accomplished. On Friday, Georgia spent some time at the bowling alley with the Boys and Girls Club.
— Georgia Football (@FootballUGA) March 18, 2017
After vigorous offseason workouts, sometimes it’s fun to watch something else get knocked down for a change.
Georgia’s spring practice begins on March 21, and the annual G-Day Game will be held on April 22.