Georgia State worked mostly on special teams on Wednesday and coach Trent Miles said he thought it went well.
“I thought we were fast and did a good job with all of our techniques,” he said.
The Panthers will practice in the Georgia Dome on Thursday ahead of next week’s season-opening game against Charlotte on Sept. 4.
Thursday’s practice won’t include tackling, and the coaches and players will go over game situations. It is closed to the media.
Up and down: Here is who will coach from the booth and here is who will coach from the sidelines for at least the first game:
In the booth on offense: Offensive coordinator Jeff Jagodzinski, and graduate assistants Reid Sanders and A.J. Kaplan.
On the field for the offense: Offensive line coach Harold Etheridge, wide receivers coach Tim Lappano, quarterbacks coach Luke Huard and graduate assistants Ben McLane and Reid Sanders.
In the booth on defense: linebackers coach P.J. Volker, defensive backs coach Eric Lewis, outside linebackers coach Larry Knight and graduate assistant Liam Smith.
On the field for the defense: Defensive coordinator Jesse Minter and defensive line coach Tony Samuel.
Injury updates: Running back Marcus Caffey (concussion) and cornerback Bruce Dukes (hamstring) returned to practice on Wednesday.
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