Georgia receivers coach Bryan McClendon got after his position group during Tuesday's practice.
As the Bulldogs were preparing for Saturday's game against Southern, McClendon was on the practice field instructing his guys to play with "violent arms." He had his receivers running a cone drill with their arms moving at a rapid pace when changing direction.
If a receiver wasn't using the instructed technique, McClendon would let him hear it.
Georgia's receivers are coming off a great game that saw no one drop a pass from quarterback Greyson Lambert. Lambert went 24-of-25 for 330 yards and three touchdowns.
Carter, McGraw absent from practice
Inside linebacker Reggie Carter and defensive back Rico McGraw were not present for Tuesday's practice.
Carter has been dealing with a shoulder injury, which has been a chronic issue this season. He missed a good chunk of the preseason and was unable to play in games against Louisiana-Monroe and South Carolina. He did see game action against Vanderbilt.
McGraw had an arthroscopic procedure done to his right knee to repair his meniscus last week. After last Saturday's 52-20 win over South Carolina, head coach Mark Richt said he expects McGraw to be back "pretty quick."
Payne not practicing, Welch with second team
On Sunday, Richt said sophomore fullback Christian Payne re-injured the fibula he cracked during the preseason.
As a result, Payne was not spotted during Tuesday's practice. Quayvon Hicks was running with the first team and Glenn Welch was with the second team. Welch is the younger brother of former Georgia quarterback Parker Welch.