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

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Nov 15, 2014; Athens, GA, USA; Georgia Bulldogs head coach Mark Richt coaches on the sideline as offensive tackle John Theus (71) and wide receiver Chris Conley (31) walks off of the field during their game against the Auburn Tigers at Sanford Stadium. Georgia won 34-7. Mandatory Credit: Jason Getz-USA TODAY Sports

The Georgia Offensive Coaching Staff has to Pull Together in a Hurry

Last season, it was breaking in a new defensive staff under Jeremy Pruitt. Improving upon what Todd Grantham had left behind wasn’t exactly a monumental task, but the first year can always be a bit touch and go.

Now it’s on the offensive side of the ball where a new staff, new systems, and new jobs will have to come together. It will be interesting to watch during the spring practices how quickly the returning players take to having new marching orders.

Besides Brian Schottenheimer arriving to replace longtime offensive coordinator Mike Bobo, there is a new offensive line coach (Rob Sale), new running backs coach (Thomas Brown), and a new, but old, receivers coach and passing game coordinator (Bryan McClendon). That’s a lot of moving pieces that will have to gel in a short time.

Having that much change on the offense to go along with a new quarterback will absolutely be an issue to watch as things get started.

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