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National media explains why this game means more to Georgia than it does Florida

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edited November 2019 in Article commenting

imageNational media explains why this game means more to Georgia than it does Florida

The Georgia-Florida football game is the biggest game on the college football slate. It is the only game of the weekend that pits two top-10 teams against each other. And with Alabama, LSU and Ohio State all off, most of the national media will be tuned into this game. Many have dubbed this game as a playoff

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  • tomdatltomdatl Posts: 26 ✭✭ Sophomore

    gobbledygook

    Gobbledygook statements, Of course UGA has to win tomorrow of for all praticale purposes the season goals are gone. # 1 SEC championship is gone, # 2 National Champion Playoff berth is gone.

    UGA wins tomorrow probably means they are in the SEC championship game, but they still need to run the table . They lose to Auburn or A & M even if they win the SEC championship their playoff hopes are over.

    UGA needs to run the table and win the SEC and they are in the playoffs.

    What I would like to know is what happens if Bama beats LSU in a tight game and LSU finishes 11 & 1, UGA runs the table (11 & 1) and meets Bama (12 & 0) in the SEC championship, UGA wins SEC in tight game.

    UGA (12 & 1), Bama (12 & 1), LSU (11 & 1) who gets left out.

  • RGBRGB Posts: 172 ✭✭✭ Junior

    #15 back is a difference maker. Also, Dawgs defense getting overlooked

  • JimWallaceJimWallace Posts: 5,739 ✭✭✭✭✭ Graduate
  • E_RocE_Roc Posts: 1,218 ✭✭✭✭✭ Graduate

    That scenario seems pretty clear-cut to me. The team that didn't go to the conference title game gets left out. If all 3 teams have the same number of losses, there's no way you leave the conference champion out. From there, you have two teams who played each other, one of which won and thus advances.

    Of course, I'm still trying to figure out how Florida ended up in the Sugar Bowl and Georgia got stuck in some restaurant or credit card bowl the same year we beat them and came within a few yards of winning the SEC and going to the national title game, so what do I know?

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