The Georgia Bulldogs opened spring practice today in Athens, as they begin to prepare for life without Matthew and Knowshon. Not to worry, however. The cupboard is far from bare. Joe Cox will be just fine at the quarterback position, and Caleb King and company will be more than able to handle the tailback duties. It will be an important time on the defensive side of the ball as well. The defensive ends must step up their game by improving their pass rush, and defensive backs must get more physical and aggressive. Georgia must get healthy before summer camp opens also. A total of twenty players are wearing green, non-contact jerseys this spring. It looked great for St. Patrick's day, but not so great to celebrate the depth chart. The Bulldogs will cap-off the rites of spring next month with the annual G-Day game, which will be televised live on ESPN.