Scouting Georgia: Trouble Spots For The Tigers
Senior QB Aaron Murray: On their side of the ball, the Bulldogs can match Tajh Boyd's experience and production in Murray, who already holds the school record for touchdown passes with 126 and set single-season marks a year ago for passing yardage (3,893) and touchdowns (36).
Sophomore RB Todd Gurley: His 1,385 yards as a true freshman is second in Georgia history only to Herschel Walker. He scored 17 touchdowns last season and was a first-team Freshman All-American.
Sophomore RB Keith Marshall: He added 759 yards to Georgia's rushing attack and scored eight times, while leading the Bulldogs in yards per carry with 6.5.
Junior WR Malcolm Mitchell: After playing at defensive back early last season, he returned to offense and caught 40 passes for 572 yards and four scores.
Junior WR Chris Conley: He's a big play waiting to happen - six touchdown catches last season, including an 87-yard run-and-catch against Nebraska in the Bulldogs' bowl game.
Junior WR Jonathan Rumph: A transfer from Holmes Community College in Mississippi, Rumph caught 45 passes for 569 yards last year at the junior college level, and then snared two TD passes in Georgia's spring game.
Tight ends Arthur Lynch and Jay Rome: The Dogs have a strong 1-2 tight end punch in Lynch and Rome, who combined nearly 600 yards and five touchdowns last season. Rome is the son of former Clemson two-sport star Stan Rome.
Starting five offensive linemen: Georgia's record-setting offense returns its entire starting offensive line from last season, including seniors Chris Burnette, Dallas Lee and Kenarious Gates, junior David Andrews, and sophomore John Theus.
Sophomore OLB Jordan Jenkins: Playing opposite first-round NFL draft pick Jarvis Jones as a freshman, Jenkins made 31 tackles and had five sacks.
Junior ILB Amarlo Herrera: He's Georgia's top returning tackler with 70.
Junior CB Damian Swann: The lone returning starter in Georgia's secondary, he led the team in interceptions last season with four.