Now that we are at the end of the regular season (I consider the SECCG a post season game) sitting at 10-2 and possibly ranked in the Top 10 when the new polls come out, I want to ask "What have you learned this year?". I'll go first. 1) I have learned that it doesn't matter what color shirt I wear, whether it's long sleeve or short sleeve. It doesn't matter if I wear a hat or visor. It doesn't matter if I wear my red pants with the little G's all over them or shorts or jeans. My wardrobe has NOTHING to do with how good or bad the Dawgs will play. I don't think I have worn the same shirt or pants combination for any game this year, where in years past I would wear a particular shirt or hat until we lost. 2) Mike Bobo is a good Offensive Coordinator. I don't know what happened after that first game whether it was the unfamiliarity with the new no huddle system or if Mark Richt got into his ear but the play calling since then has been really good. There have been a few head scratchers but for the most part I am pleased with how Bobo has deployed his assets and played to his strengths. 3)Aaron Murray will leave Georgia the owner of every QB record there is with the exception of most wins. He's not perfect but I will take a 65% completion percentage and 32 TD's every year. 4)The "Dream Team" is for real! Malcom Mitchell,Chris Connly, and Isaiah Crowell are going to be superstars barring injury and stupid decisions (I am looking at you IC). 5)I have confidence that even if the offense is off the defense will keep it close enough to win. 6)I hope that Mark Richt is our coach for another 11 years. Go Dawgs!!