One has to wonder what Jeremy Pruitt expected when he was hired by Georgia. Surely, it wasn't this much drama in his first offseason.
After he was hired in January, a slew of assistant coaches departed, and he led a search for their replacements. He then rallied the troops for an impressive recruiting closeout on national signing day. He's seen players from his defense placed under arrest, dismissed from the team and transfer to other schools of their own volition. He's brought an offensive playmaker (J.J. Green) to his side of the ball and lost a former starter (Brendan Langley) to the offense.
He's done all of this while trying to rebuild a defense that was severely disappointing in 2013. And yet, his real tests have not yet begun.
Here are five opposing offenses (in order of scheduling) that will present Pruitt with his toughest challenges in 2014.