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College football is almost here, and once again the Georgia Bulldogs look like a strong contender in the SEC, and perhaps nationally as well. The team is perhaps a long shot to compete for a BCS title, but such success is not out of the question. At the Betfair exchange the Bulldogs have the 9th best betting odds to win it all, and Pregame lists them with the 2nd best odds to take the SEC crown. Only time will tell if these expectations are accurate – but for now, here’s a game-by-game prediction of how the season will go!
@ Clemson, 8/31
This game will open the season on ABC, and should be an incredible contest. But the teams are so closely matched that one has to give the edge to the home team.
Clemson 35, Georgia 33
Vs. South Carolina, 9/7
This is arguably just as tough as the opener, and Bulldog fans remember the spanking they took from the Gamecocks last season. Looking for vengeance, Georgia should prevail at home.
Georgia 42, South Carolina 24.
Vs. North Texas, 9/21
After the opening contests, this one should be a breeze for the Bulldogs. Georgia 45, North Texas 10.
Vs. LSU, 9/28
LSU is always tough, but looks ever so slightly down this year. Look for Georgia to hit its stride with an impressive win.
Georgia 31, LSU 24.
@ Tennessee, 10/5
The Bulldogs racked up 51 points on Tennessee last year, and while new coach Butch Jones will be great for the Volunteers, there’s no reason not to expect a similar outcome.
Georgia 42, Tennessee 23.
Vs. Missouri, 10/12
There’s not much to suggest this Missouri team can compete, particularly on the road.
Georgia 45, Missouri 10.
@ Vanderbilt, 10/19
This matchup was a 48-3 shellacking in Georgia last season. Things should be better for Vandy at home, but only marginally.
Georgia 34, Vanderbilt 13.
Vs. Florida, 11/2
Florida is a bit of a wildcard this season – they could be great, or they could fade quickly.
Georgia 24, Florida 13.
Vs. Appalachian State, 11/9
App State is known for giving big programs headaches, but this is just a tune-up for the final stretch for Georgia.
Georgia 52, Appalachian State 10.
@ Auburn, 11/16
Auburn is facing a long road back to contention, and is not yet ready to take on the Bulldogs.
Georgia 42, Auburn 24
Vs. Kentucky, 11/23
Kentucky is in transition with a new coach at the helm, and by this point Georgia will be rolling with 9 straight wins.
Georgia 38, Kentucky 7
@ Georgia Tech, 11/30
Georgia continued its annual domination of Georgia Tech last season with an emphatic 42-10 romp. Tech may do better at home, but don’t expect an upset.
Georgia 49, Georgia Tech 21.
What do y’all think? Do you think his predictions (particularly with Clemson being the only loss) right or wrong?
Will the Dawgs be able to hold off the Tigers—despite questions/injuries in their secondary—or will Tajh Boyd find room to move and win it all in the 4th quarter?
What say you?