Who let the Dogs in?

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imageIn the second rendition of a new tradition that you can’t help but enjoy, Georgia Bulldogs Coach Mark Richt stripped down his football squad today and had them jump in the school pool. Frolicking ensued.

The Bulldogs blew off their morning practice and instead headed to the high dives at the Ramsey Center pool for the second year in a row. They players took turns jumping, cannonballing, flopping and flipping from anywhere between the baby board at 3 feet to the high dive at 33 feet.

The Atlanta Journal-Constitution was there to document every shirtless minute with a nine-photo gallery.

Photos: Brant Sanderlin, Atlanta Journal-Constitution


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