In order for any team to win a conference title or a national title, there has to be a player or two that has a breakout year.
For the Georgia Bulldogs, they have had a few players over the last few years to come out of nowhere and burst onto the scene. In 2011, it was Jarvis Jones that led the Bulldogs to their first SEC title appearance since 2005. Last year, it was the combination of Keith Marshall and Todd Gurley that gave the Bulldogs their closest chance of a national title appearance in nearly 30 years.
If the Bulldogs want to take the next step, they need at least five players to have a breakout season in 2013.
But who are the five that have to be on their game all season long?