After taking Georgia from a middle-of-the-pack SEC school to the top of college football's pantheon, Mark Richt is slowly seeing everything he built seemingly crumble around him.
After losing just 22 games from 2001 to 2008, Georgia has lost 12 games the past two seasons. These losses have come from costly turnovers, bouts of an inability to tackle and just being out-coached.
Following the first losing season during his tenure in Athens, Richt is going to be letting everything loose this season in an effort to keep his job safe.
While most fans and analysts will be waiting for the incoming class of players to make the impact everyone is expecting, I am going to take a look at five guys that some consider disappointments, with the reasons why ranging from a lack of production to getting injured or too high of expectations. These guys are going to be very important in 2011 if Georgia is to turn things around.