DawgNation takes a look at the reasons behind Georgia's revival and also explores Bulldogs' recruiting:
If the first half of the season proved anything about Georgia's defense, it's that the Bulldogs are versatile.
Defensive coordinator Todd Grantham has employed six different starting lineups in six games because of injuries, disciplinary issues and game situations.
But while the personnel was in a consistent state of flux, the defense's performance did not suffer. Georgia ranks among the nation's top defenses in every significant statistical category, confirming that the Bulldogs have caught on to the concepts in Grantham's 3-4 base scheme.
For more of David Ching's piece, click here.
Ching also writes: Alec Ogeltree broke his foot against Boise State in the season opener but should be fully ready for archrival Florida on Oct. 29.
Kipp Adams writes for Insider : 2014 UGA running back commit Stanley Williams says the Bulldogs' comeback from an 0-2 start has inspired him.
Adams also writes : Georgia is loaded with prospects for the 2013 class, and DawgNation will look at six of them each day over the next two weeks.