Georgia Bulldogs 2010 Preview: Six Points to Ponder

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Georgia Bulldogs 2010 Preview: Six Points to Ponder

Georgia heads into the 2010 season with more hope than answers. Even with the positive response surrounding the recent hirings of both Todd Grantham and Scott Lakatos, there isn't an unbiased eye on this program who feels that the Bulldogs are heading for an immediate turnaround next year.

There are those who feel the team's defense will be improved, but when you have the kind of production that the Bulldogs had last season, it's hard to go anywhere but up.

Don't get me wrong, the Bulldogs weren't the worst overall defense in the SEC or the NCAA, but their passing defense was horrible. Because of that, the overall value of the defensive line—including the run defense and the increase in sacks—was overlooked.

As we head into 2010, it's important to try to temper the enthusiasm with a little perspective as well, because although this team is on the right track, there is not yet a solid indication that it will start out on the right train.

What follows are just a few points to ponder while thinking Bulldogs.

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