The Georgia football team is helping save the environment.
Today, the Bulldogs will receive their playbooks. Instead of getting a massive binder filled with sheets of paper, Georgia’s players have their own personal iPads which include a digital form of the playbook. It’s something Mark Richt’s program has been doing on an annual basis.
Playing for Georgia is beneficial in many ways, including the ability to save a tree.
The team gets their playbooks today! #iPad #TheGeorgiaWay #UGACampLife pic.twitter.com/7akPfNoNFX
— Georgia Football (@FootballUGA) July 30, 2014
Georgia opens the season Aug. 30 against Clemson. It’s time to get to studying, Bulldogs.