Georgia put up a lot of big numbers on offense a year ago, but it has the pieces in place to be better in 2013.
The first-team defense led the Black team to victory Saturday in Georgia's spring game. Here are five things we learned from the annual scrimmage.
Georgia's rebuilt defense had something to prove at the annual G-Day scrimmage, and they came through fairly well. Aaron Murray threw for 200 yards in a 23-17 by the Black over the Red.
With G-Day upon us, here are the players and positions to watch at Georgia's spring game.
Two scrimmages in and a few more spring practices to go, veteran Bulldogs have noticed a few potential breakout stars, most notably Tray Matthews.
Georgia's third junior day of 2014 was to be an exclusive, invite-only event. Weather marred the turnout, but the prospects in attendance made the most of it.
With 13 true freshmen already enrolled at UGA, the Bulldogs are ready to give them a chance in spring practice and see who can help fill some of the team's holes.
With star QB Aaron Murray and more than a dozen other key contributors, the Class of 2009 ranks as the best in the last seven years.
As Georgia's starting QB for three years, Aaron Murray is intent on keeping a clean nose and sensible approach as the social media spotlight becomes more commonplace.
Because of Georgia's roster attrition, the Bulldogs will have a large recruiting class and many of them plan to enroll early.
Just as the Georgia offense began to heat up, so did its defense, shutting Nebraska down on its last five possessions to key a 45-31 victory in the Capital One Bowl.
Georgia's defense started slowly against Georgia Southern's difficult flexbone offense, but a solid second half gives the Bulldogs confidence facing a similar Georgia Tech offense next weekend.
Georgia jumped on Auburn quickly with a scripted, six-play scoring drive and never looked back, winning 38-0 to claim the SEC East title.
Georgia is one win away from advancing to the SEC championship, and the Bulldogs know they need faster starts on offense to reach their goals.
Georgia quarterback Aaron Murray shook off a nightmarish first half, and receiver Malcolm Mitchell atoned for a bad penalty, as the two teamed up on the game-sealing touchdown in the fourth quarter against Florida.
Tavarres King has enjoyed some of the most productive games of his Georgia career against Florida. This week would be an ideal time for another big performance.