2013’s schedule came out, and already Georgia has gone to the top of everyone’s SEC list, because they’ve got a horrible schedule.

Check this out:

Aug. 31 at Clemson 
Sept. 7 South Carolina 
Sept. 14 Open
Sept. 21 North Texas
Sept. 28 LSU 
Oct. 5 at Tennessee 
Oct. 12 Missouri
Oct. 19 at Vanderbilt
Oct. 26 Open
Nov. 2 vs. Florida 
Nov. 9 Appalachian State
Nov. 16 at Auburn
Nov. 23 Kentucky
Nov. 30 at Georgia Tech

Highlighted are the games we think the Dawgs will struggle or lose in. It could be an 8-4, 7-5 year. Otherwise, Athens is not going to be happy.

But let’s not talk about 2013 anymore – we’ve still got a few games left on the 2012 one yet.

UGA might not want to be reminded, but the last time they came out to play a game, the Bulldog was neutered in Williams-Brice Stadium. Heck, it probably would have been worse than 35-7 if Spurrier hadn’t, ahem, called the dogs off.

Florida then turned around and gave Steve Spurrier one of the biggest ass-whoopings he has ever been given in The Swamp on Saturday, to basically give Georgia – who snuck by Kentucky in one of the more crappy performances of the 2012 season – hope of running the table and going back to the SEC Championship Game.

Yes, we agree that mathematically they can get to the SEC Championship Game, because all they have to do is beat Florida at the Cocktail Party and avoid playing incredibly badly against Ole Miss, Auburn and Georgia Tech to win out.

But “All they have to do is beat Florida”.

Georgia couldn’t run the ball on Kentucky – totalling just 77 yards. It’s as though there was no offensive line at times. And to make matters worse, Georgia’s defense was getting destroyed by a pretty poor running offense – they miss Jarvis Jones so, so much. Kentucky ran for 206 yards on them. Think that Mike Gillislee and a better Florida offensive line won’t cause the Dawgs problems?

Also, Georgia makes a ton of mistakes. Florida thrives on other team’s mistakes – see Tennessee, Texas A&M and South Carolina for details – and punishes them like an angry British teacher whipping a naughty schoolboy with a cane….sadistically.

So yes, Georgia could well go to the SEC Championship Game IF they beat Florida. But by looks of the performance on Saturday, they won’t.

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