If you were to scour the state of Georgia and visit every coffee and barber shop from Thomasville to Blairsville, the main concern amongst Bulldog fans going into 2014 would be the secondary. With the mass exodus that has occurred since we last saw a meaningful snap, the panic has absolute justification. So with practice starting roughly 24 hours from you reading this, let’s take a look at the situation/problem that faces new defensive coordinator Jeremy Pruitt.
Besides the running backs, the one unit where Georgia fans should have very little concern going into fall camp should be the linebackers. With four players that may all appear within the first and second All-SEC rosters, opponents playing the Bulldogs may want to think twice before they make a game plan that includes a lot of running up the middle.
The Big Ten has a new excuse for its football misfortune. Big Ten Network analyst Gerry DiNardo allowed recently that the Big Ten is at a decided recruiting disadvantage. The solution? Change the rules, of course.
In what head coach Wayne Norton describes at the “NCAA Track & Field Academic National Championship,” the Georgia men’s team has earned National Scholar Team of the Year honors for the outdoor season, according to an announcement from the U.S. Track & Field and Cross Country Coaches Association (USTFCCCA).
Fall camp is here at UGA, and the 2014 college football season is but a mere 30 days away. As fans anxiously await the first games of the season, there are questions that linger in their minds. Here are Top 5 questions around the SEC East headed into fall camp … well, in my deranged mind anyways.
Here is the current UGA football roster containing current scholarships football players. The number is at 80 currently and 5 walk-ons will receive the remaining 5 scholarships.
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Usually, when a college program enters a season after losing a quarterback who had started every game but two over the previous four seasons, panic may ensue. But this year in Athens, the University of Georgia may have the perfect replacement (and depth) who’s pressure is being relieved with a massive cache of offensive weapons.