2010 Pressure Will Be on The Offensive Side Of The Ball.

Lee WellsContributor IFebruary 6, 2010

1 Jan 1998:  Quarterback Mike Bobo of the Georgia Bulldogs celebrates during the Outback Bowl against the Wisconsin Badgers.  Georgia won the game 33-6. Mandatory Credit: Scott Halleran  /Allsport
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The 2009 UGA football will be remembered by most fans as the year that ended on a high note; beating GT, winning the bowl game, and getting rid of most of the Defensive staff. Some people will argue that Martinez and fellow defensive coaches should not have taken all the blame for the 2009 struggles; their arguments point to lack of red zone efficiency, bad field position, time of possession, ect. Now that Richt and UGA have taken the steps that a lot of fans were calling for in hiring a new Defensive Coordinator and two new Defensive Assistants, who takes the blame next year if things do not go smoothly? The blame will fall on Mike Bobo and the offensive staff. The offense returns everyone except Joe Cox and Mike Moore. With one of the best WRs in the game and the late season performances by Caleb King and Washaun Ealey; the offense will be expected to perform at a high level. I for one would like to see the turnover ratio change. The quarterback competition will hopefully be answered by the first game. Whoever the QB ends up being, he needs to take care of the ball better that his predecessor; if not fans once again maybe calling for another new coordinator.  Your thoughts?