Why Georgia Is Sitting Back and Watching Everybody Else Slug It out

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Why Georgia Is Sitting Back and Watching Everybody Else Slug It out
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When the Bulldogs take the field on Saturday against Vanderbilt, it will be the start of the seven-game SEC stretch which will include trips to South Carolina, Auburn, Kentucky and Jacksonville for the Florida game.

That will be a daunting task for the Bulldogs, especially the Florida and the South Carolina games. But if they play their game and don’t make any costly mistakes, they should be able to come out of those games unscathed.

As for the other top teams in the country, they will have at least two games that will determine their national championship fate, which could leave the door wide open for the Bulldogs to move up in the polls and be make run at the crystal ball.

That is why Georgia is sitting back and letting everyone else slug it out. However, here are some more reasons why the Bulldogs are letting this happen.

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