Georgia Bulldogs full team grades after first third of 2014

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Sep 27, 2014; Athens, GA, USA; Georgia Bulldogs fans react after Georgia defeated the Tennessee Volunteers at Sanford Stadium. Georgia defeated Tennessee 35-32. Mandatory Credit: Dale Zanine-USA TODAY Sports

The Georgia Bulldogs have four games in the books, putting them at the one third mark of the 2014 football season.

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It’s report card time, and we’re ready to hand out some grades for the team as they now really hit the tough stretch of the schedule. Grades will be on units, as well as some key member of that unit, and then for the coaching staff as well.

At 3-1 you’d have to give the team an overall grade of B+.� They’ve won games they were supposed to, let one slip away in South Carolina, and squeaked by a Tennessee team that they should have easily handled. This could (and should) be a 4-0 team, but then again, they could just as easily have been 2-2.

The next third of the season will tell a lot. Only one home game in the next four, this week against Vanderbilt, and then the Dawgs hit the road for games against Missouri and Arkansas, and then to the Georgia-Florida game in Jacksonville.

October could be make or break for the Bulldogs, and there are some glaring problems that have to be fixed. Here’s how we grade out the Bulldogs as they turn the corner into the middle portion of the season.

Right now, the Bulldogs are 8th in the nation in scoring offense at 45.3 points per game, and 51st in the nation in scoring defense, allowing 22.8 points per game.

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