Bulldogs prepare for raucous Tennessee home fans

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Practice not up to Smart’s standards

Georgia football head coach Kirby Smart wasn’t happy with his team’s practice Tuesday. He said the Bulldogs were “uncomfortable” and the practice was “disappointing.”

“I don’t know what it was because of,” Smart said.” I don’t know if it’s because of that. I don’t know what it was because of. They were definitely a little awkward. I’m a little disappointed.”

Bulldogs prepare for raucous Tennessee home fans

Right guard Tate Rutledge said he thought practice was “well planned,” but he also thought the guys haven’t had a lot of energy in recent weeks.

“I don’t think the guys are as energized and excited as they have been the last couple weeks,” Rutledge said.” In terms of the rest of the week, what we’ve got to do is elevate our mentality and we’ve got to go out and have great practices. It’s going to start with the guys on the sidelines, they’re the guys we’re going to get excited about for a big game or something like that, and we’re going to make sure we take that attitude.”

Injury update

Smart said offensive lineman Amarius Mims played well in Saturday’s win over Ole Miss, his first start since suffering a high ankle sprain in Georgia’s Week 3 win over South Carolina.

“He looked good. He played well,” Smart said.” He’s feeling more comfortable every day. The ups and downs of injuries are common. He felt good.”

Mims made 35 starts in his first game back, replacing Xavier Truss at right tackle.

Also …… Smart said defensive tackle Warren Brinson is still being treated for a calf injury but participated in Tuesday’s practice.

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