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Georgia Football's Lack Of An Indoor Facility Is Starting To Become A Problem For Recruits, Their Parents

It's rained in Athens, Ga. 71 times since the beginning of the calendar year. The Georgia football program, unfortunately, doesn't have an indoor practice facility to use when this happens. 

This appears to be a bit concerning to some recruits and their parents. Georgia held its annual Dawg Night Friday evening, hosting a number of the country's top high school players. It rained. 

Georgia's administrators have been discussing the possibility of installing an indoor facility, but it doesn't seem to be a priority right now.

"I know it’s a recruiting edge that some schools can talk about. But realistically over a four-year period there might have been 10 days that we might have not been able to practice outdoors,” Georgia athletic director Greg McGarity said in January