The 2013 season has come to an end and the Georgia Bulldogs could not be happier.
After a fast start to the season with wins over South Carolina and LSU, things turned south with losses to Missouri, Vanderbilt, Auburn and Nebraska.
There are numerous reasons why the Bulldogs had a disappointing season, but what’s done is done and they have to move on.
The 2014 season gives the Bulldogs a new level of optimism because they will have a slew of returning starters coming back. But there are also concerns coming into the season, and it starts with the most important position.
Here’s a look at the four biggest concerns for the Bulldogs heading into the 2014 season.