DawgNation roundtable: Breakout player 

July, 1, 2013
ATHENS, Ga. -- Summer is the time when college football fans daydream about the limitless possibilities for their teams in the upcoming season. This summer, in particular, has been a time for Georgia fans to let their imaginations run wild, as the Bulldogs have no shortage of positions up for grabs on a team that should contend for a third straight SEC East title.

With that in mind, our DawgNation roundtable question for the week concerns identifying players who will step into larger roles as the Bulldogs fight to return to Atlanta. Our question:

Todd Gurley had to rank as Georgia's top breakout performer in 2012, quickly winning a starting job as a true freshman and rushing for 1,385 yards. Do you see a Georgia player enjoying that kind of breakthrough performance this season? And if so, who do you pick and why?

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