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Potential Will Get You Nothing

ATHENS – And then there was one. Mark Richt looks at his offense and sees plenty of potential, but with so many playmakers now departed for the NFL, there's a concern opposing defenses will simply see A.J. Green as the Bulldogs' lone true playmaker.

Potential is one thing, but even Richt acknowledges that Georgia will need to have some new faces step up if the Bulldogs' offense hopes to intimidate defenders the way it did last year with Knowshon Moreno leaping would-be tacklers, Matthew Stafford stretching the field with his cannon arm, and Green teaming with Mohamed Massaquoi to form the SEC's top receiving duo. "If you only have one guy... Recommended Stories

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