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Opinion: Some of UGA's post-spring concerns more significant than others

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edited April 2021 in Article commenting
imageOpinion: Some of UGA's post-spring concerns more significant than others

Georgia exits spring practice knowing it's on the short list of legitimate national championship contenders with enough depth and experience at most position groups to make it the envy of the rest of the sport. But no team has a perfect roster, and UGA is no different. For as much praise as the Bulldogs will earn

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  • stonestone Posts: 399 ✭✭✭ Junior

    Without an outstanding offensive line it is difficult to win a national championship no matter how good/great the other units are. O line play was a big part of winning NC for both LSU and UA. Their lines won the Joe Moore award as the best offensive lines in college football.

    As pointed out a second concern is the secondary. The is a good DB from Bama who just entered the transfer portal. I would think he might be a worthy addition to the secondary. I still believe the only real tests the secondary will face is in the first game and in postseason. Maybe by postseason they will have developed into a solid unit.

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