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Georgia Football: Early Game-by-Game Prediction for the 2014 Season
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Georgia head coach Mark Richt

The college football season may still be three months away, but with offseason staples like national signing day and spring practice already past, fans can now shift their focus forward to the fall.

For Georgia, the Bulldogs are looking to rebound from a disappointing 2013 season that was riddled by injuries, a porous defense and special teams mishaps.  Fortunately, the Dawgs will have plenty of opportunities to show that the offense is still potent—even without four-year starting quarterback Aaron Murray—and the defense will have an opportunity to prove itself under new defensive coordinator Jeremy Pruitt.

Here are some early game-by-game predictions for the Dawgs' 2014 season.

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