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ESPN Season Report Card: Georgia

Dale Zanine-USA TODAY Sports
ESPN is releasing 2013 Season Report Cards for all SEC teams. Here is how they graded Georgia:

OFFENSE: B-plus
DEFENSE: D
SPECIAL TEAMS: D

OVERALL: C

Here is some of what they said:
quote:

Prior to the season, no Georgia fan would have been pleased to learn that the Bulldogs would finish the season with five losses. After nearly playing for a BCS title and returning most everyone on offense from 2012, this was a team expected to at least contend for the SEC East title. It's only fair to cut the Bulldogs a bit of slack (check out what happened at Florida after injuries hit the roster in a similar fashion) for remaining a competitive club despite the physical setbacks. But 8-5 is simply not very good for this program, and it could have been a much better season.
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