It’s been a few days since the Georgia Bulldogs took part in their annual spring game and they were able to get a lot of things accomplished.
The offense looked like it was in midseason form and the defense looked like a unit that could be a lot better than many critics expected.
However, head coach Mark Richt has to be concerned with a few things moving forward when it comes to personnel and depth.
This is normal because every coach in the country goes through this after spring practice. But the Bulldogs are looking to win the SEC and national title, so the concerns have to be fixed during summer practices, if not sooner.
Here are Richt’s five biggest concerns post spring practice.