Watch: Comparing the 2017 and 2016 Georgia Bulldogs


Georgia has played 13 games this season, and could have two more ahead.

But it’s a convenient time to look at this season’s team and compare it to last season’s squad since the 2016 Bulldogs played 13 games.

Watch the video above to see statistics for the team, tailbacks, defenders and more and see if they have improved or slipped a little since last season.


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