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Georgia is No. 3 in the nation and still unbeaten. The Bulldogs are off this week, but play Florida in Jacksonville on Oct. 28.
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2017 Georgia football schedule
|9/2||App State||W 31-10|
|9/9||@Notre Dame||W 20-19|
|9/23||Miss State||W 31-3|
|10/28||vs. Florida||3:30 p.m.||CBS|
|11/4||vs. South Carolina||TBA||TBA|
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Georgia football is 7-0 and staring down a spot in the College Football Playoff. According to S&P+, the Bulldogs have a 68 percent chance to finish the regular season 11-1 or better. A record like that would put them in prime position to earn a place in the CFP, perhaps regardless of the result of a potential SEC Championship Game with Alabama.
But to do that, Georgia must survive what’s shaping up to be the toughest five-game stretch of the season. Each of the final five opponents presents a different set of challenges, and each has the potential to upend what could be an all-time Georgia season. But which of the final five games is the most dangerous. Here are Georgia’s remaining games, ranked from least to most dangerous
5. South Carolina (Nov. 4) — South Carolina is 5-2 (3-2 SEC), and that’s way ahead of schedule in season two under Will Muschamp. The Gamecocks are a defense-first team, as shown by the 15-9 win over Tennessee on Saturday. Although their defense could pose some challenges for the Georgia attack, the Bulldogs shouldn’t have any problems stopping the Gamecock’s anemic offense from getting on the board.
4. Kentucky (Nov. 18) — This might be the most intriguing game left on the schedule, if only because of Kentucky’s current standing in the SEC East. The Wildcats are 5-1 and 2-1 in the SEC. It’s the only team with one loss in the East, which by default makes it the closest competitor to Georgia for the East crown at the moment. Kentucky has to face Mississippi State, Tennessee, Ole Miss, and Vanderbilt between now and the Georgia game, though, so there’s a good chance it won’t be the closest competitor a month from now.
3. Florida (Oct. 28) — The World’s Largest Outdoor Cocktail Party has served as a de facto SEC East title at times in the recent past, but that won’t be the case this season. Florida’s loss to Texas A&M gave it two SEC losses, which gives Georgia a safety net. A week ago, a loss in this game would have meant Florida would lead the race for the SEC East down the stretch. Now Georgia will stay in the driver’s seat regardless of the result. The Gators are always tricky opponents, but Georgia will be able to play loose thanks to its two-game edge in the East. But considering Georgia has an 82 percent win probability according to S&P+, it probably won’t need to be too loose to handle it’s business in two weeks.
2. at Georgia Tech (Nov. 25) — The most dangerous aspect of this game is the potential look-ahead factor. If all goes according to plan, Georgia will have the SEC East tied up by the last game of the season and a date with ‘Bama with a trip to the CFP potentially on the line will be set. But before the SEC title game, Georgia has to dispatch Tech and its always challenging option attack. This game won’t have any affect on the SEC, but a loss to the Jackets could spell disaster for any CFP hopes.
1. at Auburn (Nov. 11) — The Auburn game has been considered the toughest game on Georgia’s schedule for most of the season. The Tigers have held an edge in the S&P+ win probability all season until this week. Georgia’s dominance of Missouri and Auburn’s loss to LSU flipped the numbers and now Georgia holds a 53 percent win probability. Those are fine margins, though. Yeah, Auburn lost some luster with the loss to LSU, but it’s still one of the best 15 or so teams in college football. This trip to the Plains is shaping up to be Georgia’s biggest test of the season.