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CFN 5-Year Program Rankings - No. 6 Georgia
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Posted Aug 27, 2009


CFN's 2009 Five-Year Program Rankings and Analysis ... No. 6 Georgia


6. Georgia
Program Rankings

- CFN Scoring System
- 2009 CFN Preview
- No. 1 USC
- No. 2 Texas
- No. 3 Oklahoma
- No. 4 Ohio State
- No. 5 Florida
- No. 6 Georgia
- No. 7 LSU
- No. 8 Virginia Tech
- No. 9 Auburn
- No. 10 Michigan
- 11 to 20
- 21 to 40
- 41 to 60
- 61 to 80
- 81 to 100
- 101 to 120
 

Total Five-Year Program Score:  116.02

Everything but. Georgia has managed to do everything under head coach Mark Richt except get to the national championship. The Dawgs have won 70% of their SEC games, they have won their share of elite game, and they have been consistently fantastic with six double-digit win seasons in the last seven, with the one exception a nine-win campaign. Beyond just the high level of play, Georgia has proven itself as a tough road team that manages to maintain an even keel even when adversity strikes. There were plenty of injuries last year, and the team still one ten games and got to a New Year's Day bowl. There have been good rebounds from the tough losses, and when needed, like against Florida in 2007, Richt has pulled the right strings to take his team to another level.

Even with all the success, the hope is to become a top three program like it was in the CFN 2004 Rankings. This is one of the elite of the elite, without question, but ... . There's going to be that nagging question with Richt about whether or not he can take Georgia to yet another level. Florida and LSU have each won two national titles in the last six years, Alabama appears to be on its way to getting there, and the rest of the SEC is stronger than it was a decade ago. Georgia will keep up, but soon, it needs to finally finish the drill.

Attendance Score: 9.27
2004: 92,746, 2005: 92,701, 2006: 92,746, 2007: 92,76, 2008: 92,746

APR Score: 9

Draft: 28
2005: DB Thomas Davis, DE David Pollack, WR Reggie Brown, LB Odell Thurman, QB David Greene, WR Fred Gibson
2006:
DB Tim Jennings, TE Leonard Pope, OG Max Jean-Gilles, DB Greg Blue, DB DeMario Minter, DT Kendric Golston, QB D.J. Shockley
2007:
DE Quentin Moses, DE Charles Johnson, TE Martrez Milner, OT Ken Shackleford, DB Paul Oliver
2008:
LB Marcus Howard, RB Thomas Brown, OG Chester Adams, PK Brandon Coutu
2009:
QB Matthew Stafford, RB Knowshon Moreno, WR Mohamed Massaquoi, DB Asher Allen, DT Corvey Irvin, DE Jarius Wynn

FBS Wins: 46

Quality Wins: 27
2004: at South Carolina, LSU, Florida, Georgia Tech, Wisconsin (Outback Bowl)
2005:
Boise State, South Carolina, at Georgia Tech, LSU (SEC Championship)
2006:
at South Carolina, at Auburn, Georgia Tech, Virginia Tech (Chick-fil-A-Bowl)
2007:
Oklahoma State, at Alabama, Florida, Troy, Auburn, Kentucky, at Georgia Tech, Hawaii (Sugar Bowl)
2008:
Central Michigan, at South Carolina, Vanderbilt, at LSU, at Kentucky, Michigan State (Capital One Bowl)

Elite Win Score: 5.5
2004: Wisconsin (Outback Bowl)
2005:
LSU (SEC Championship)
2006:
at Auburn, Virginia Tech (Chick-fil-A Bowl)
2007:
Hawaii (Sugar Bowl)
2008:
None

Bad Loss Score: 0

Elite Losses: 5
2004: at Auburn
2005:
West Virginia (Sugar Bowl)
2006:
Florida
2007:
None
2008:
Alabama, Florida

Bad Wins: 12
2004: Georgia Southern, Vanderbilt, at Kentucky
2005:
at Mississippi State, Kentucky
2006:
Western Kentucky, UAB, Colorado, Mississippi State
2007:
Western Carolina, Ole Miss
2008:
Georgia Southern

Conf. Score: 7.00
2004: 6-2, 2005: 6-2, 2006: 4-4, 2007: 6-2, 2008: 6-2