Another 10-win season and another top-10 finish would seem like a successful season for any team. But in a conference loaded with elite teams, that just isn’t good enough for the Georgia Bulldogs.
Mark Richt’s team endured the loss of Todd Gurley and still managed to finish the season as one of only four SEC teams with double-digit wins. Still, several areas of weakness left the Bulldogs on the outside looking in when it came to the SEC Championship.
Despite losing starting quarterback Hutson Mason to graduation, the Bulldogs still look like a heavy favorite to emerge from the SEC East in 2015. Getting to the next level will require improvements in several areas, including the vertical passing game. Let’s take a look at Georgia’s top areas for improvement for the 2015 season.