Georgia Football: 4 Reasons the Bulldogs Can/Can’t Win the SEC in 2015

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Nov 15, 2014; Athens, GA, USA; Georgia Bulldogs linebacker

Tim Kimbrough

(42) and fullback

Christian Payne

(41) celebrate a play on special teams in the third quarter of their game against the Auburn Tigers at Sanford Stadium. Georgia won 34-7. Mandatory Credit: Jason Getz-USA TODAY Sports

The Georgia football program is stuck in a rut — a rut of three and four-loss seasons, bowl games for the also-rans, and SEC championship futility. Can it be turned around this season?

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Every year, Georgia fans sing a familiar tune.

“This year guys…nothing will stop the Dawgs this year. Hell, they may even go undefeated.”

And every year, that’s a logical conclusion to draw. After all, Georgia has some of the best coaches in the nation, they recruit better than just about anyone, they have a loyal fan base, a huge stadium, and they’ve been playing (for the last few seasons) in what has been a watered-down version of the once-mighty SEC East.

Well…here we go again.

A recruiting class full of prime, grade-a studs. A new coaching staff on the offense. Some of the best running backs in the nation. A defense that is immensely better than it was two seasons ago.

Hell, they may even go undefeated.

Well, it’s reality check time, because Spring practices (and injuries) have begun, and now we’re about to get back to the point of where the rubber meets the road to see just how good this 2015 version of the Georgia Bulldogs really are.

If Georgia wants to move on to bigger and better things, they’ll have to begin where they last left off in 2005, and that’s winning an SEC championship…and then we’ll talk national recognition.

So here are four reason why the Bulldogs can…and can’t…win the SEC in 2015.

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