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Georgia Bulldogs 2013 Football Season Benefits From Starters’ Return

Brad Barr-USA TODAY Sports

Many teams in the SEC are hurting from some of the most crucial members of their teams and some of the best players in the league leaving for the NFL draft. However, for the Georgia Bulldogs, many of their top players felt that their college careers were unfinished without a national championship. Because of this, most of the Bulldogs’ offensive weapons remained at Georgia for the 2013 season.

Georgia benefits from the return of quarterback Aaron Murray who was likely to be a first round draft pick in the NFL draft.  The most talented and experienced quarterback in the SEC, Murray will be a late season candidate for the Heisman and could win depending on how well the Bulldogs do against the top teams in the SEC. Along with a superstar quality quarterback, the Bulldogs return outstanding freshman running back Todd Gurley. Gurley cut through some of the best defenses in the SEC last season and will continue to do so in 2013. Along with a top caliber quarterback and running back, Georgia returns a very solid receiving corps. The Bulldogs’ offense is stacked with quality players and has every opportunity to aid them en route to an SEC Championship.

Georgia, along with the Alabama Crimson Tide, should be favorites in the SEC to make it to the national championship. No team in the SEC returns players as talented on both sides of the ball as the Bulldogs, and the 2013 season will be one to remember for Georgia.