Sign language: Georgia Bulldogs

August, 3, 2012
8/03/12
5:00
PM ET

What started as a simple slogan has completely taken hold of Georgia's football team.

The Finish the Drill sign means something to the Bulldogs on the football field, in the weight room and in everyday life. It pushes them to be better, stronger and faster when coaches and teammates yell it during workouts. It challenges them to be smarter in tough situations during practice. And it forces them to keep going, even when every inch of their bodies lights on fire from a grueling session with a strength coach or a tiring practice.

All of this is so the Bulldogs can play for four quarters on Saturday, giving everything in order to go until the clock hits zeros. You can find this sign just about everywhere inside Georgia's football facility.

Chris Low | email

College Football

SPONSORED HEADLINES

Comments

You must be signed in to post a comment

Already have an account?

SEC SCOREBOARD

Saturday, 9/6