- David Ching, SEC reporter
Editor's note: Georgia's bye week provides a good opportunity to re-examine the first half of the season and evaluate the Bulldogs' performance at each position. DawgNation will analyze a position group each day this week and break down Georgia's recruiting efforts at each position. Today we look at the offensive line.
No position group on Georgia's roster was a greater preseason concern than the offensive line, as the Bulldogs entered the year with no depth and a new position coach.
Georgia lost starters Clint Boling and Josh Davis to graduation, returning tackle Trinton Sturdivant to a third season-ending knee injury and touted 2010 recruit Brent Benedict to a transfer.
The Georgia offensive line is dangerously thin in experienced starters, but so far the unit has held up reasonably well and is even showing signs of improvement.