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It was easy to spot Alec Ogletree in Georgia's first practice of the week.
Just look for the most hyper inside linebacker.
Linebacker Chase Vasser, who calls Ogletree ''a freak of nature,'' said Tuesday the sophomore's enthusiasm was obvious in No. 22 Georgia's workout for Saturday's game against Florida.
Ogletree is returning this week after breaking his right foot in the Bulldogs' opening loss to Boise State on Sept. 3. Vasser says Ogletree ''was all hyped up'' and ''jumping around'' in Monday's practice.
A smiling Ogletree says he just had the freshest legs.
Ogletree, who was expected to be a key to the middle of the defense, says he may need a few plays against Florida before he feels comfortable making his much-anticipated return for the Bulldogs.
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