See who’s on the cover of the SEC version of Phil Steele’s 2010 College Football Preview.
georgiadogs.com breathlessly announces the inclusion of a number of Bulldog players on Phil Steele’s preseason All-American and All-SEC lists.
Five Georgia football players have been named to Phil Steele’s 2010 preseason All-American teams while 14 have been named to the publication’s All-Southeastern Conference preseason squads.
You can probably guess most of the names that appear in the release, but here’s the significant part:
… Georgia is one of five teams with at least two players named preseason First Team All-Americans. Georgia and Alabama each have two players on the First Team and are the only two SEC teams with multiple players. North Carolina and UCLA leads the way with three players each on the First Team.
The Bulldogs and the Tide also lead the conference with six players on the All-SEC First Team. Georgia and Florida top the league with 14 players listed on all four preseason teams combined.
Say what you will, but the perception is that this team is not lacking in talent. Whether that talent will be deployed as successfully this season as the Floridas and Alabamas of the college football world manage is the question.
No brats today, I’m afraid. Still, there’s plenty to sample.