As they lined up to take snaps during individual drills, offensive coordinator Jim Chaney barked out a loud message for his quarterbacks.
"One hundred percent chance of rain!" Chaney yelled.
Staffers assigned to the drill then dunked footballs into buckets of water before snapping them to the quarterbacks. Jake Fromm, Jacob Eason, Brice Ramsey and Stetson Bennett then all took turns at throwing wet footballs to the receivers.
As for Chaney's proclamation of inclement weather, it isn't quite at 100 percent for rain to come down at EverBank Field in Jacksonville for the game Saturday against Florida. Throughout Saturday, the Weather Channel, at least for the time being, gives it a 20 percent chance of rain in Jacksonville.
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But as night falls, there is apparently now an 80 percent chance that thunderstorms will come through the area.
With Jacksonville being a coastal city, the threat of rain can pop up quickly. With there now being a chance for rain, it looks like the Georgia coaching staff wants to have its quarterbacks prepared for the worst-case scenario.
As for injuries, Georgia was still without receiver Jayson Stanley (leg) and defensive lineman DaQuan Hawkins-Muckle (undisclosed) at practice. Stanley, however, was working with director of sports medicine Ron Courson on the sideline at practice. His availability for the Florida game has yet to be revealed.
Georgia once again had defensive linemen Trenton Thompson (sprained MCL) and David Marshall (undisclosed) at practice. Both were seen going through a chute during a drill at what appeared to be full speed. It still looks like both key players will be available for Saturday's game.
Inside linebacker Reggie Carter (head) was once again at practice, indicating he is nearing a return against Florida. Carter has missed the past two games against Vanderbilt and Missouri after suffering his head injury against Tennessee.