Take this portion:
The man makes a point. You can't prepare a team for a season without helping them feel what it will be like when Alabama has their right cleat on their throat before the 2nd quarter begins (...like, say...2008...) or the HillBillies have an outer team experience and are kicking your ass down each end of the field (2009).
A long college football season brings its own turds. Flushing them as soon as possible can mean the difference between a crappy win and a schatty loss.
Look, I trust Coach Richt. I truly do. But we're hearing that he's got a new focus. He's the same man but a different coach. I'm sure he's felt he's prepared his past teams for adversity. Maybe this season he should roll a different set of dice. Ruffle some feathers. Jerk the Dawg chain in a different direction.
If nothing else, take Legge's suggestion:
Whatever it takes. Prepare to finish the drill...in August.