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T-6. Georgia

Georgia returns 10 offensive starters, including record-breaking QB Aaron Murray, its entire offensive line, do-everything WR Malcolm Mitchell and bruising RB Todd Gurley. Murray is on pace to break the SEC's career passing touchdown record and Georgia's record for career passing yards. He'll get plenty of help on the ground from Gurley and Keith Marshall, who combined for 2,144 yards and 25 touchdowns as freshmen last year. Defensively, there's a ton of talent, but a lot of youth, as this group lost 12 players who either started or saw significant time in 2012. If the defense can grow up quickly, the Dawgs should be on pace to return to the SEC championship game for the third straight year. -- Edward Aschoff

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