Photo: Georgia’s Football Field Will Look A Little Different This Season

The Georgia football team is hoping to do something this season it hasn’t in nearly 10 years: win the SEC. 

The Bulldogs, who last won the conference in 2005, are a serious contender to win the SEC East and play in the conference championship game. 

Mark Richt’s program will be attempting to notch wins on a different looking field. The Bulldogs have changed the way they cut the grass at Sanford Stadium. 

It’s not a drastic change, but Georgia has typically just gone with a one color look on its grass tundra.

The Bulldogs open the season Saturday at home against Clemson. Kickoff for the contest is set for 6 p.m. E.T. It will be broadcast by ESPN. 

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