The Georgia Bulldogs have the week off before they take on the meat of their SEC schedule.
They would've liked to have gone into the bye week 2-0, but a 1-1 start to the year is not bad, especially when that one loss is against a non-conference opponent and the win is against a team that you haven’t defeated the last three seasons.
The bye week could not have come at a better time. It gives the Bulldogs an opportunity to take a long, hard look at what they need to improve on moving forward.
And by the way things have looked the last two games, there is plenty of things the Bulldogs can get corrected.
Here are 4 problems the Bulldogs need to fix during the bye week.