Lack of experience and continuity on the offensive line is the main hang-up for the Georgia football program going into the 2012 season. The Bulldogs' defense is impressive, they have a veteran quarterback, and some would even argue the Dawgs' schedule isn't particularly difficult.
But with the uncertainty on the offensive line, the potential for this team is in question. Don't tell that to right guard Chris Burnette, though:
"A lot of people probably don't think we're capable of being a just good enough offensive line," right guard Chris Burnette told The Telegraph. "But I think we can. I think we can be better than that. I think we can be great."
Only time will tell. The Dawgs are replacing three starters on the O-line, all of whom went in the NFL Draft this year.