Georgia Football’s 5 Biggest Year-Changing Moments of 2014

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Nov 1, 2014; Jacksonville, FL, USA; Georgia Bulldogs head coach Mark Richt against the Florida Gators during the first half at EverBank Field. Mandatory Credit: Kim Klement-USA TODAY Sports

When the Georgia football squad takes the field in 2015, they’ll want to mostly erase memories of these five moments that changed how their season went in 2014.

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It’s said that every game has a turning point or a moment when things take form for one side or the other to win. The same can be said about seasons, only it usually takes more than just one tipping point for a season to change.

Georgia’s 2014 season had many high points, a few low ones, and a handful of moments that changed the direction of the season in its entirety. Whether it was poor play on the field, a bad coaching decision, or terrible officiating, those moments are indelibly burned into the minds and memories of fans.

Hopefully, the returning players will forget the things they couldn’t control, and learn from the things they could. The 2015 team will need to look to the future and not listen to the whispers of the past or the grumblings of those who say “you can’t”.

When you look back at what the 2014 season could have been, and take these five moments into account, its easy to see why the Bulldog Nation gets so frustrated from year to year.

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