Coming into 2011, the Dawgs lost their top two receiving targets to the NFL draft, and their top two ground gainers to off-the-field issues.
Georgia will have to rely on its young offensive talent if they want to make a run at the SEC East title.
Let's look at five bold predictions about the Dawgs offense for 2011.
With another year under his belt and a better understanding of the offense, Aaron Murray will raise his completion percentage from 61 percent in 2010, to 65 percent in 2011.
Georgia's leading returning receiver, Tavarres King, hauled in 504 yards last season.
Look for that number to double as King is thrust into the No. 1 receiving role for the Dawgs.
Isaiah Crowell will be for the Dawgs in 2011 what Marcus Lattimore was for the Gamecocks in 2010.
Orson Charles is going to create mismatches on virtually every down in 2011.
Combine his athleticism with the more traditional Aron White, and the Dawgs will have the best tight end play in the SEC.
With another 3,000-yard season and a high completion rate, Murray will be the first Dawg since Garrison Hearst to be invited to the ceremony.
He won't win the award, but the invite would still be monumental for the Dawgs.