One of the big offseason storylines when it comes to the Georgia football program is the idea that the 2021 season represents a now or never opportunity for Georgia.
Alabama, Ohio State and Clemson are all looking for new quarterbacks, while the Bulldogs bring back JT Daniels after a strong end to the 2021 season.
Having Daniels return, and likely improve, could go a long way in Georgia winning its first national title since the 1980 season.
“Georgia’s national championship drought is at 41 years and counting, and it’s starting to feel like it’s now or never for the Bulldogs” ESPN’s Mark Schlabach wrote. “If they can rebuild the back end of their typically stingy defense, they should be back in the mix for their first CFP appearance since 2017. Georgia coach Kirby Smart addressed one of the holes in the secondary by securing the former West Virginia starting safety Tykee Smith.”
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