ATHENS – Get Aaron Murray ready to start at quarterback. Complete the installation of the 3-4 defense. Find out if Trinton Sturdivant is healthy enough to play on the offensive line. Sort out the starters at a couple of unresolved positions in the secondary.
Those are among the items on Georgia’s to-do list for preseason football practice, which begins Monday.
“We’re very anxious to get this thing started, to get ‘em in camp,” coach Mark Richt said.
For Richt, this will be his 10th preseason at Georgia — his first coming off a five-loss season.
Much has happened in Georgia’s football program since the end of last season: three new defensive coaches hired, including coordinator Todd Grantham, and seven players arrested, including three who were subsequently kicked off the team.
Not to mention the DUI arrest and resignation of the athletic director. And AgentGate.
On Monday, the focus shifts — the Bulldogs hope — to preparing for the season.
“It’s kind of a relief in the sense