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There are no easy games in the SEC. So to say the Georgia Bulldogs have an easy schedule would be like saying the University of Southern California will win the National Title this year; it's just not true.
A promising schedule is a more accurate statement when talking about this year’s matchups. Some of the more difficult games the Bulldogs will have this year will be Missouri, South Carolina, Florida, and Auburn.
Missouri just joined the SEC this year and they are looking to make a statement right away this season; a statement saying "we won’t lay down without a fight", and the Bulldogs are their first test.
After the Missouri game, a few weeks will pass and the Bulldogs should still be undefeated. Then their next challenge will be South Carolina.
This game will be the real challenge for the Bulldogs this season. The South Carolina game comes Week 6 which is the halfway mark of the season, and a win here would be huge for the Dawgs.
With a win the Dawgs could solidify a spot in the SEC championship. One more game for the Dawgs and their dreams of a perfect season stop being a dream and become reality.
Next is the biggest game of the year for the Bulldogs and is one of the biggest tailgating parties in the nation. If you were thinking of the Florida-Georgia game you are correct. This is the last challenge for the Dawgs on their way to the national championship.
The game against Florida is an away game for the Bulldogs in Jacksonville, Florida, so you can bet that every seat in the stadium will be filled with Bulldog fans ready to disrupt the rhythm of the Gators.
Auburn is in the mix but with no promise for a breakout year they don't stand a chance against the Dawgs. So like I said before, the Bulldogs have a promising schedule, not an easy one.
If things go right for the Bulldogs they could finish the regular season undefeated.