O-line early look: Coach Sam Pittman is known for mixing and matching liberally as he prepares multiple combinations for Georgia's ultra-deep offensive line. For what it's worth, the first unit looks to be lining up the same way it did to end spring ball. That is, LT Andrew Thomas, LG Solomon Kindley, C Trey Hill, RG Ben Cleveland and RT Isaiah Wilson. On Saturday, redshirt freshman Owen Condon was running second-team left tackle, followed by the freshman Truss. D'Marcus Hayes was working second-string left guard, Warren Ericson and Clay Webb were alternating behind Hill at center, Cade Mays was alternating regularly with Cleveland at right guard and Jamaree Salyer was backing up at right tackle.
D-line getting healthy. One of the best signs for the Bulldogs so far is having their full complement of defensive linemen. Seniors David Marshall (foot), Julian Rochester (knee) and Michail Carter (shoulder) have been cleared following surgeries that kept them out or limited them in spring practice. "Everybody is cleared on the D-line," coach Kirby Smart said. "When we're in pads and tackling, Julian still has some room to improve to be in full contact." Georgia recruited five newcomers to compete with a group of 12 returning lettermen and several walk-ons.