Georgia Football: 5 key things to look at in Spring 2015

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Nov 22, 2014; Athens, GA, USA; Georgia Bulldogs running back Kyle Karempelis (36) runs the ball against the Charleston Southern Buccaneers during the second half at Sanford Stadium. Georgia defeated Charleston Southern 55-9. Mandatory Credit: Dale Zanine-USA TODAY Sports

The Georgia football program is ready to push the reset button now that signing day is done, so what needs to be worked on this Spring?

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It’s become the status quo during the Mark Richt era, Georgia comes away with one of the nation’s top recruiting classes, including a surprise or two and looks ready to load both barrels and then unload on the SEC in the coming year.

There is a certain fluidity to the seasons, but when it comes to college football nothing can be assumed. As spring approaches, there are some issues to be worked on, and then when summer hits and the newest recruits have registered and are ready to go, there will be even more.

Some of the same questions and issues that plagued the Bulldogs prior to the 2014 season will be cropping up again, and a few others have been added to the mix. To top off some position issues, Mark Richt has several new members and changed jobs within his coaching staff.

As the second half of February approaches, many will have March Madness on their minds, but the Georgia football work is never done.

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