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Although the Florida Atlantic Owls are consistent in taking on tough SEC opponents like Florida (shown here), the Bulldogs will exercise their dominance at home, the third game of the season.
The SEC fanbase (minus Dawg fans) will no doubt be joking about the Georgia Bulldogs' 2012 season opponents, but the Dawgs will be the ones laughing all the way to Atlanta once regular season play ends.
Introducing the SECs cushiest schedule: Georgia versus: the Buffalo Bills (Sept. 1), at Missouri (Sept. 8), Florida Atlantic (Sept. 15), Vanderbilt (Sept. 22), Tennessee (Sept. 29), South Carolina (Oct. 6), at Kentucky (Oct. 20), in Jacksonville versus Florida (Oct. 27), at Auburn (Nov. 10), Georgia Southern (Nov. 17) and Georgia Tech at home on Nov. 24.
Tape that to the fridge, grab a Sharpie and circle the wins, Bulldog fans.
Within this schedule, take note: There are seven home games and only four challenges on the road. The Dawgs only play three of the Top 25 opponents: South Carolina (No. 7), Auburn (No. 23) and Georgia Tech (No. 25). If there are games the Dawgs must be on "upset alert" for, count the South Carolina Gamecocks and the Missouri Tigers in the loop.
Georgia will be without its starting cornerback, Sanders Commings, for the first two games of the season, but coaches will be well-prepared for his absence.
The cupcake season for the Dawgs will be iced with wins by the time in-state rival Georgia Tech comes to Athens, and the cruise control will send Georgia into the Dome for the second season in a row.