Found February 12, 2013 on The Lady Sportswriter:
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Opportunity awaits in the Georgia Bulldogs secondary next season; the coaches know it, the players know it, and the fans know it. We all watched with heavy hearts and worried minds as not only Shawn Williams exited stage left on his career at Georgia, but Branden Smith and Baccari Rambo as well, and the departures left a segment of the defensive unit not only depleted of veteran experience, but open to the familiar questions and concerns about who’ll fill the holes those men left behind. Of course the obvious answer would be to look to the depth chart for an answer, but if last season’s trials taught us nothing,  it taught us that the drop-off between the No. 1 and No. 2 player at each defensive position is significant; Connor Norman is certainly an able-bodied player, but he was not meant to be the answer at safety; and while both Marc Deas and Corey Moore have the physical makeup you want, their competency and comfort level with the playbook leaves lingering doubt about their over...
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