In order for the Georgia Bulldogs to have a successful 2014 season, a few things will have to go right for them.
The first is the players all have to come together and play as one. Guys like Todd Gurley and Ramik Wilson will have to be leaders and get everyone on the same page.
Another thing is health. Head coach Mark Richt is hoping his players can stay relatively healthy, unlike last season where he would lose starter after starter on a regular basis.
But the most important thing that has to go right for them is the play of the schedule. The Bulldogs need to start strong and finish stronger if they want to play in the SEC title game. And while the Bulldogs’ 2014 schedule is not the hardest in all of college football, it’s certainly not the easiest, especially when they start the season against two teams from South Carolina.
Here’s a power ranking of the Bulldogs’ 2014 schedule.