With the good news that quarterback Aaron Murray would return for his senior season as a Bulldog, and the continued positive development of running backs Todd Gurley and Keith Marshall, Georgia fans are as excited as ever about spring football.
And why wouldn't they be? The Dawgs were one final-second tipped pass away from making their first trip to the BCS Championship game. But the 2013 schedule presents a lot tougher test for Coach Mark Richt and company. This spring will offer the first signs of how the Dawgs will respond in 2013.
2012 Record: 12-2 (7-2 SEC)
Spring Schedule: Practice begins March 2 and extends through the annual G-Day Game, which will be held April 6 and 1:00 p.m. at Sanford Stadium.
Last Year: Georgia successfully repeated as SEC East champion, but for the second year in a row, they lost the SEC Championship game in Atlanta. Last year's loss was particularly brutal as the Dawgs came up three yards and one play short of upsetting eventual national champion...