Georgia Football: Where is Bulldogs’ Achilles Heel in 2015?

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Sep 20, 2014; Athens, GA, USA; Georgia Bulldogs guard Greg Pyke (73) and offensive tackle Kolton Houston (75) congratulate wide receiver Kenneth Towns (9) after he scored a touchdown against the Troy Trojans during the first half at Sanford Stadium. Georgia defeated Troy 66-0. Mandatory Credit: Dale Zanine-USA TODAY Sports

Offensive Line: Strength – Very High

Player to Watch: Kolton Houston

On the offensive line center David Andrews is certain to be missed, but coach Rob Sale has a lot of talent an depth on that line (with more just added) and the guard and tackle positions have a great deal of experience returning. As long as the center position is solidified, which it looks to be by fall, then the offensive line shouldn’t drop off at all.

The addition of Patrick Allen as well as a few other recruits and transfers will keep this unit among the best in the SEC, where they’ve been for a number of years now.

Next: Defensive Secondary