We know that these preseason rankings mean very little. It is the off-season and making lists is the bread and butter of bloggers and beat writers at this time of year.
That said, Georgia's offensive line is easily spotted as the team's most glaring potential trouble spot for 2012. Inexperience is never a good thing on the offensive line. Coach Will Friend will earn every penny of his paycheck this year and if he brings together a championship opposite line, he should be in line for a big fat raise.
11. Georgia: Yet again the Bulldogs have questions up front. JuniorKenarious Gates is very versatile and athletic and is Georgia's most reliable lineman. The staff was pleased with guards Dallas Lee and Chris Burnettecoming out of spring, but a lot is riding on sophomore David Andrews making it at center. If he has to move, Burnette will have to move to center and more reshuffling will come. Inexperience is worrisome and true freshman John Theus should get plenty of chances to take one of the tackle spots.