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GeoRgia BullDogs 2010 preview

Discussion in 'Thread Archive' started by TARHEELBABY, Jul 8, 2010.



    Mar 29, 2010
    GeoRgia BullDogs 2010 preview

    After an extremely disappointing and very odd 2009, Georgia has the right mix of experience, talent, schedule, and rebuilding by the SEC big boys. Head coach Mark Richt is going into his tenth year, and while he has been a tremendous success and Georgia has been a major power in conference play, the program has taken a back seat to Florida, LSU, and now Alabama when it comes to being a national title superpower. Georgia won’t be the best team in the SEC, but it has the schedule to look that way. Any SEC East team worth its salt would take this slate in a heartbeat. Our key player to a successful season is Redshirt freshman QB Aaron Murray. If he’s outstanding right away, Georgia has a legitimate shot to win the SEC title. If he’s inconsistent, the ceiling is a Florida bowl on New Year’s Day. The offensive line should be among the best in America, even with so many health issues, there’s speed and talent to burn at running back and receiver, and there’s plenty of four-star high school talent being developed across the defense. Georgia doesn’t necessarily have to be in the national championship chase this year, but it has just enough talent on both sides of the ball, has the right schedule with the toughest road games at Auburn and Colorado (not counting the neutral site game against Florida), and missing Alabama and LSU from the West. And then there’s the reloading factor with the Gators and Tide needing to fill several monster holes. If you’re going to get the two big boys, do it now, but Georgia has to rebuild a bit, too. This might not be Richt’s best team, but with the schedule, the talent, and the timing, with so many SEC teams in a transitional period, to go trite, why not Georgia?


    Committed/Not Yet Signed

    Name Pos Ht/Wt Stars Rank
    David Andrews OL 6-2/275 7
    Sterling Bailey DE 6-5/260 5
    Devin Bowman ATH 6-0/175 43
    Chris Conley WR 6-3/180 27
    Watts Dantzler OL 6-7/315 34
    Amarlo Herrera LB 6-1/224 15
    Christian LeMay QB 6-2/200 3
    Hunter Long OL 6-3/293 NR
    Nick Marshall ATH 6-2/185 31
    Corey Moore DB 6-1/195 8
    Chris Sanders ATH 6-1/185 38
    Justin Scott-Wesley WR 6-1/210 12
    Zach Witchett WR 6-0/185 37

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