Georgia Football: Mark Richt's 5 Biggest Worries Headed into Spring Practice

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Georgia Football: Mark Richt's 5 Biggest Worries Headed into Spring Practice
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Spring practice is underway for the Georgia Bulldogs, and just like the last two seasons, the expectations for the 2013 squad is as high as it gets.

Head coach Mark Richt knows that the offense will be very good which will help the Bulldogs be a worthy opponent in every ball game. Richt also knows that the defense is young, but will be just as talented as it was in 2011.

However, there are a few things that Richt has to be concerned about. He, along with the rest of his coaching staff, will have to make sure that they can eliminate those concerns before the season begins because if they want to make a run at the national title, they have to be a much better team than they were last year.

Here are Richt’s five biggest worries heading into spring practice.

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