Going up against Georgia's brick-wall veteran defense is daunting, but this spring it made the young and suspect offense better, and certainly more prepared for the 2012 season.
This week's DawgNation Roundtable asks: Which new starter this fall could be an improvement from 2011?
With one look at the QB depth chart, it's easy to see that Aaron Murray is the starter. The question is -- who will back him up?
What's to become of the quarterback progression at Georgia after Aaron Murray's reign? DawgNation looks at the Bulldogs' two primary QB targets of the Class of 2013.
Georgia defensive star Jarvis Jones is excited about his defense's evolution, and he thinks if all the draft-eligible starters -- including himself -- return for 2012, the Bulldogs will have the No. 1 D in the country.
Donald Hawkins received a visit from Georgia O-line coach Will Friend and says the coach called him "the No. 1 tackle, period."
The Georgia offensive line is dangerously thin in experienced starters, but so far the unit has held up reasonably well and is even showing signs of improvement.
The 2012 class needs more help along the offensive line, and the Bulldogs probably will find some of that help in the junior college ranks.