SEC Media Days

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    SEC Media Days

    Georgia Bulldogs
    How Bout Them Dawgs!!!

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    All Time Record: 731-389-54
    Bowl Record: 26-16-3
    Conference: Southeastern Confrerence
    Conference Champions: 12 (1942, 1946, 1948, 1959, 1966, 1968, 1976, 1980, 1981, 1982, 2002, 2005)
    National Champions: 2 (1942, 1980)
    Rivals: Georgia Tech, Florida, Tennessee, Auburn


     
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    The 2010 Georgia Bulldogs

    Team Overview:
    The 2010 Campaign is right around the corner and the anticipation is rising for the University of Georgia. While last year was certainly a disappointment on the field, changes were made that the bulldogs hope turn the tide and put them back within striking distance of an SEC East title and a shot at the SEC Championship. With their sights set on getting back to the top of the SEC, they also have an eye on the top prize, the National Championship in the inaugural season of the OD “Gridiron Gladiators”.


    Offense:
    Georgia brings back 10 starters to an offense that ranked in the middle of the pack in the SEC. The one change is at QB where High School Parade All-American Aaron Murray takes over. At a rating of 84, Murray needs to control the ball and not hurt the offense with costly mistakes. In the backfield, Georgia has co-starters Caleb King and Washaun Ealey back. With a rating on 88 and 87 respectively, either could take over a game when called upon. At WR, Georgia has arguably one of the best WR in the game in A.J. Green. At a rating of 97, he has all the tools to make game changing plays. The entire OL is back for 2010 with the top linemen being Clint Boling (89) and Trinton Sturdivant (89).


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    1st Team Preseason All-American WR A.J. Green

    Defense:
    The Dawgs come into 2010 with a whole new defensive staff and a new 3-4 alignment. Many hope this will turnaround a defense that was ranked at or near the bottom in most statistical catagories. On the DL, Georgia has little depth behind DT starter Deangelo Tyson (rating 88). At linebacker, converted rush ends Justin Houston (88) and Cornelius Washington (80) will start on the outside and senior Akeem Dent (82) is back to his old position of ILB. In the secondary, Brandon Boykin (89) is the top returning starter. It is going to be a huge adjustment to start out in 2010, but once the coaches start recruiting players for the new scheme, it should turn around quickly.


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    Top Returning SEC Sack Leader Jr OLB Justin Houston


     
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