Georgia coach Kirby Smart said on Monday that he doesn't see any self-satisfaction from his team four games into a season in which the Bulldogs are attempting to do something that hasn't been accomplished in 87 years: win three consecutive national championships.
"I think the focus level each week has been good," Smart said. "The results always haven't. But the preparation is what's more important to me. Like I actually put a lot of value on Monday to Friday -- mental makeup, disposition, practice habits, improvement. You know, we've repeatedly said we want to be elite at getting better, and I've really been pleased with the progress that we've made.