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Look: Georgia football welcomes players back to campus, resumes in-person workouts

Sunday, the Georgia football program welcomed a number of players back to campus in Athens to begin preparation for the upcoming 2020 football season.

The Bulldogs would not begin their training until Monday, with the media department putting out a pair of videos from both moving day and the first workout session since March.

As you might recall, Georgia was just about to begin its annual spring practices back in March before the COVID-19 pandemic took the world by storm.

Now, with case numbers and death rates dropping, the NCAA has allowed athletes to go back to campus for offseason workouts, with optimism at an all-time high for having a 2020 season.

In just a few weeks, the big question regarding football has gone from whether there will be a season, to whether there will be fans, to how many fans will be allowed in stadiums.

Masks or no masks, the likelihood we now get a somewhat-normal season now seems like a very strong possibility. Sorry Coronabros, it seems your biggest nightmare is well on its way to becoming reality.

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