Video: Georgia heads to the bowling alley with the Boys and Girls Club

Oct 15, 2016; Athens, GA, USA; Georgia Bulldogs tight end Isaac Nauta (18) reacts with quarterback Jacob Eason (10) after catching a touchdown against the Vanderbilt Commodores during the second half at Sanford Stadium. Vanderbilt defeated Georgia 17-16. Mandatory Credit: Dale Zanine-USA TODAY Sports

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.

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.

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