Georgia Football: 3 fixes Bulldogs must make for 2020 season

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Georgia football didn’t meet its expectations in 2019 despite a 12-2 record. The Bulldogs’ weaknesses this past season could be their strengths this season.

The Georgia Bulldogs were on a successful track after appearing in the 2017 College Football Playoff National Championship Game. They were hoping that experience would drive them to another playoff push in 2019 but instead, they slightly regressed.

While 12-2 was a great record, they didn’t meet the expectations that Bulldog Nation wanted for the 2019 season.

This past season showed that the Bulldogs are close to what they want but not at the level where they should be. The Bulldogs have made some significant changes to their program in such a short time from when they finished the season with a 26-14 win over the No. 7 Baylor Bears in the 2020 Allstate Sugar Bowl.

They signed the top recruiting class in the 2020 National Signing Day after acquiring the second-best last year and the top class in 2018.

While there are many areas on the team they lost, there is potential that the Bulldogs can benefit from a change. With these changes comes the availability for their team to prosper in areas where they were not able to succeed in the previous season. This long offseason will be a good chance for the Bulldogs to fix their team in terms of adjusting to the changes to their team.

If they make some successful changes, winning an SEC East title and contending for another College Football Playoff spot will be very possible again.

Here are the three areas for the Bulldogs to fix for the 2020 season.

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