ATHENS — Georgia football is once again a work in progress with more than 10 players off last year’s team headed to the NFL and a new offensive coordinator.
The same head coach returns, however, and in Kirby Smart the Bulldogs’ fans trust as UGA has not lost a regular season game since the 2020 season.
The quarterback competition is not yet off and running, as Smart is seeing to it the three scholarship candidates learn the offense and have ample opportunities before any hard decisions are made about the starting job.
Georgia is like every other program in terms of the inevitability of some attrition.
The tailback spot has been hit hard with Kendall Milton and Daijun Edwards dealing with hamstring injuries this spring, and redshirt freshman Andrew Paul still on the mend from the knee injury he suffered last fall.
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