Georgia Football: Bulldogs’ locker room equipped with DJ booth

Georgia football’s locker room is now equipped with a cool, new feature: a DJ booth for players.

Recruiting is a whole different ballgame these days. Every program looks to have that one thing that sets them apart from the rest. For Georgia football, it might just be a DJ booth.

According to head coach Kirby Smart’s Twitter, the Bulldogs have added a new DJ booth to the locker room, lit up with the Georgia logo. This is an awesome way to get players to interact and play some music, DJ-style, for the rest of the guys.

Apparently running back Sony Michel is a solid DJ, according to Smart.

The Georgia head coach took over for Mark Richt who led the program for over a decade. Smart is a former defensive coordinator for Alabama under Nick Saban’s watch and jumped on the opportunity to lead another SEC power program.

There’s reason to believe the Bulldogs will be one of the favorites to win the conference in 2017 as they’re returning a wealth of talent, starting at quarterback. Jacob Eason was one of the top recruits in the country in the 2016 class and started as a true freshman. He led the Bulldogs to an 8-5 record in Smart’s first year.

On top of that, Smart has a lethal backfield combo of Michel, the DJ, and Nick Chubb. The offense should be better than last year’s and the defense will look to get back on track. Maybe a little locker room chemistry will put the Bulldogs over the top.

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