With stockings full of cheer and prime commits for 2012, the Georgia Bulldogs are headed for a postseason full of surprises. After an upbeat year where the Dawgs head coach, Mark Richt, skyrocketed from hot seat to hero, here's a package wrapped with what-ifs to fit every Georgia fan to a tee.
Boasting 10 wins and just two conference losses (to South Carolina in the regular season and LSU in the championship game), the Dawgs are reloading before heading to Tampa and a clash with Michigan State (10-3). Thankful they're over their Nike Pro-Combat opener with a loss to Boise, things are looking up for the boys of Athens, Georgia.
While fans are sipping on eggnog and dining on Christmas Day leftovers, someone's in the kitchen cooking up a pot full of chatter for postseason sports radio fans to chew on.
So gather round the dried-up pine needles, used wrapping paper and turn on the twinkling lights. It's time to talk Bulldogs.From who's coming back and who's not to what's in store for southbound bowl fans, the post and preseason sleigh ride starts now.