Georgia Bulldogs College Football
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After what could only be called an interesting eight and five record last season the Georgia Bulldogs feel that they could have done better, but are still very happy with their finish. There are a lot of fans of Georgia who also agree that the team did well but could have done better. This was a season that although respectable was nothing to write home about. But 2009 is over and we look forward to the 2010 Georgia Bulldog football season.
So what does 2010 hold in store for the Georgia Bulldogs? To put it bluntly, and hopefully not too optimistically, at minimum an SEC championship. Of course, this is all dependent on Alabama, if they are as aggressive and hyper dominating as they were last year, Alabama may very well stand in the way of the Bulldogs reaching an SEC title. On the positive side for Bulldogs, signing day was like Christmas morning, as the team managed a remarkable feat of getting ink on paper for every single recruit they had on their wish list.
In addition to this, their 2010 schedule looks to be a slow comfortable ride for them. This is due to the fact that the majority of the major talent on most of their opposing teams as graduated or was lost in the draft; coupled with the fact that the remaining teams are all dealing with massive coaching changes. One of the teams in question dealing with their coaching woes is Tennessee who is still trying to pieces back together after the royal backstabbing act that was performed on them by the incorrigible Mr. Kiffen. We all remember Coach Kiffen don’t we? This is a bottom feeding slime ball that was hired by UT to head up the team in their rebuilding phase and be football’s equivalent of “welcome savior” only to pack up his bags and jump on the nearest jet, setting off to California to take a “better” job USC after only one season.
But it could be stated that Tennessee’s loss will definitely be George’s win. The Bulldogs can probably count on an easy check mark in that W column as well, when they face up against Florida. The massive changes in the gators locker room in the off-season department have left the team being almost certainly inconsequential in the 2010 season.
On the opposite side of the coin however the gators do have to be careful when they face up against Colorado and Arkansas. Colorado is turning into a serious powerhouse team and after several seasons of being the joke of the SEC Arkansas has gotten their pride back and seems to have learned how to play football again. This could be a serious problem for the Bulldogs in the fact that with everything they have going in their favor they have still yet to address the weaknesses in their ground game. the Bulldogs have had in the past a good running game, but this line was powered by a couple of guys who we will be seen next year in NFL uniforms; leaving the Bulldogs, if you will pardon the expression, holding their jock and trying to figure out how to get the ball down stream without their main drivers. The only hope the Bulldogs have in solving this it is in training camp, putting forth every ounce of effort that they can to get the rookies up to speed before opening day.