ESPN looks at the numbers and sees a lot of things coming up roses for Georgia in 2018.
- “Georgia is projected to return as many as eight players who were primarily starters from an offense that ranked fifth nationally in overall efficiency.”
- “…Georgia will enter signing day with ESPN’s No. 1 class for 2018, a spot that Alabama has claimed five times in the past six years (Florida State signed the No. 1 class in 2016).The Bulldogs have signed 15 players in the ESPN 300, including seven from the top 50 prospects — the most by any school.”
- “The Bulldogs will play one road game in 2018 against a team that finished in the final AP poll (Oct. 13 at LSU), and their non-conference schedule consists of an FCS team (Austin Peay), two Group of 5 teams (Middle Tennessee and Massachusetts) and Georgia Tech. Even better? All four games will be played at Sanford Stadium.”
It looks like it’s okay to be a little excited.