With the Georgia Bulldogs preparing to begin the 2012 season on Saturday against the Buffalo Bulls, many Georgia fans are wondering if this is the year that the Bulldogs get back in the national championship conversation.
In an article published Thursday, Matt Hinton at Sunday Morning Quarterback thinks that Georgia will have a successful season this year, thanks in large part to a roster loaded with experienced playmakers on both sides of the ball:
Believers will point to the lineup, which is largely intact and features both a third-year starter at quarterback (Aaron Murray) and arguably the best defensive defensive player in the nation (Jarvis Jones) anchoring one of the best defenses overall.
Hinton also notes that Georgia does not have to face the Alabama Crimson Tide, LSU Tigers or Arkansas Razorbacks this year, and their toughest conference game will be a trip to Columbia to take on the South Carolina Gamecocks.
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