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January 4, 2012 12:00 AM

Loss will bring about questions

On the surface, Georgia’s 2011 season will look successful. The Bulldogs were 10-4. A 10-win season doesn’t happen every year, which is something that head coach Mark Richt will undoubtedly remind us about for the next nine months.

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