Georgia Bulldogs vs. Notre Dame Irish Preview
If Jacob Eason plays like how he did in the second half of the 2016 season, then the offense of Georgia Bulldogs should perform better. Riley Ridley and Michael Chigbu look promising as there are flashes of them becoming wide receivers for the Bulldogs. Their offensive lineup will be stronger this season thanks to the return of Nick Chubb, Sony Michel, Brian Herrien, and Elijah Holyfield, and D’Andre Swift. The Bulldogs also hope Isaac Nauta will continue to have a solid season this year. The defensive lineup is stronger than ever because of the return of 10 starters for the new season.
Notre Dame Irish
Last season, Notre Dame Irish won only won four out of 12 games. Even though the Notre Dame Irish has a bad track record, only one of those losses was in double digits. For the 2017 season, Notre Dame has made considerable changes in its coaching staff, namely Mike Elko and Chip Long. The offense sees the return of Josh Adams, leading rusher, Equanimeous St. Brown, leading receiver and Mike McGlinchey, left tackle, to their lineup.Notre Dame Irish also has to tighten their defense if they want to have a better season.
By looking at the track record of Georgia Bulldogs, they are expected to win against Notre Dame Irish