2014 GEORGIA BULLDOGS PREVIEW.

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    2014 GEORGIA BULLDOGS PREVIEW.

    The 2013 season had it's ups and downs, it saw Mark Richt step down after a 1-4 start to the season. Coach B stepped in and finished off the season as the head coach at 4-3 missing the bowl season. Georgia returns 9 starters on the offensive side of the ball, Micah Young returns for his senior year and will have all his wide outs back including #1 Anthony Brown who missed all 10 games last year, E.J. Cook and Patrick Davis stepped in nicely with Brown out and Karl Williams had the best spring practice of the wide outs. Tight ends will be breaking 2 new guys in, true freshman Lionel Mills won the starting job over junior college transfer Erik Walton. Nick Wall and Allen Todd return, Wall finished the year averaging 7.3 yards a carry and his backfield mate Todd finished 9.9 yards a carry with 7 touchdowns. Two guys to watch for that impressed the coaches in the spring were red-shirt freshman Jeremy Walton and Brandon White. The offensive line returns 4 up front that was up and down yielding 36 sacks last year.

    The defense can not be any worst then last year finishing in the bottom 100 of all major stats, The defense is led by it's linebackers Scott Dowdell, Troy Henry and Brian Cohen who accounted for 197 tackles last season. The defense will return 11 starters, and new defensive coordinator Phil Steele will look to be changing the scheme, "We'll be seeing some more 3-4 but our base right now will be 4-3" Coach Steele. Look for Rufus Tyree to break out this season, he started 7 games last season at defensive tackle and had 23 tackles and 7 tackles for loss. Our defensive backs gave up big plays but return all 4 starters.

    Overall of this team, I could see it winning 8-9 games this year and have some tough road games vs #8 Clemson, South Carolina to open the season. I get all the major games at home, with Georgia Tech, Florida, Alabama, Miami, and LSU.
     

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