Georgia Football: Bulldogs' Top 5 Concerns Heading into Spring Practice

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Georgia Football: Bulldogs' Top 5 Concerns Heading into Spring Practice
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Spring practice gives players and coaches alike the opportunity to improve while knocking off the proverbial rust.  More importantly, however, it gives teams a chance to preemptively address concerns before the season—or even the preseason—begins.

The Georgia Bulldogs are not alone in their need to find solutions during spring practice.  It's a safe assumption that every team has its fair share of prerequisite improvements before a long summer sets in.  But for the Dawgs, a team looking to get back to the SEC Championship Game for the third time in four years, these needs are pressing, given their aspirations.

Here are the five biggest concerns for Georgia heading into spring practice as defined by their potential impact in the fall.

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