Georgia’s football schedule is tough, as always, but more manageable this year than last, without question. The caliber of Georgia’s season will be largely determined by what happens in the second and third weeks of the campaign, when the Bulldogs go to South Carolina and then host Arkansas. If Georgia can win both of those, which will be a tall order, then it is not unrealistic – though there are plenty of landmines in between – that the Bulldogs could be undefeated headed to Jacksonville. In 2007, Georgia beat both Florida and Auburn in the same season for the first time since 1982. The Bulldogs went on to finish No. 2 nationally. The pursuit this season – beat both Florida and Tennessee. Since the Southeastern Conference split into divisions in 1992, the Bulldogs haven’t slain both...

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