The Georgia Bulldogs will try to extend their winning streak to three games as they face Ole Miss at Sanford Stadium on Saturday.
And while the Bulldogs come into the game as a huge favorite, they can't take the Rebels too lightly.
Led by head coach Hugh Freeze, the Rebels are 4-3 and have won back-to-back SEC games for the first time since 2009. They defeated Auburn two weeks ago and took down Arkansas last week, so they are coming into the game against the Bulldogs with a lot of momentum.
Here's five keys to the game for Georgia.
Ole Miss running back Jeff Scott is not a big back by any means, but uses his 5',7'' frame to his advantage as he can hide behind lineman and get extra yards.
Scott had 50 yards rushing and 46 yards receiving against Arkansas last week and he's averaging 87 rushing yards per game this season.
The Bulldogs did a good job limiting Florida's rushing attack last week, but did not do a good job containing Kentucky's and South Carolina's backs in the weeks prior. Georgia will have to limit Scott on the ground so they can force Ole Miss quarterback Bo Wallace to make plays on his own.
Speaking of Wallace, he has done a good job of leading the Ole Miss offense which is averaging 32 points per game this season. Wallace has close to 1,700 passing yards, 10 touchdowns, nearly 400 rushing yards and five scores on the ground.
However, he tends to not take care of the football as much as fans and his coaches would like him to. Wallace has thrown nine interceptions this season including one last week against Auburn.
Regardless, Wallace is a much better player than he was at the start of the season and will give the Georgia defense fits if they are not careful.
The Ole Miss defense played well against Auburn, but they will give up a lot of yards and points, which is something the Georgia offense likes to see.
Getting Todd Gurley is crucial because his running ability can soften the Reblers defense, which could lead to big passing plays later in the game.
Gurley has 92.5 rushing yards per game, putting him third in the SEC. The Rebels give up 148 yards per game on the ground, good for ninth in the conference.
The Rebels defense also struggles in the passing game, allowing 221 yards per game and giving up 12 touchdowns.
This could be another bounce-back game for Aaron Murray, who threw three interceptions against Florida last week.
Murray has thrown for 2,064 yards, 17 touchdowns and seven interceptions this season. He is also completing 63 percent of his passes, which is his highest total since arriving in Athens.
Murray tends to play well against poor defenses, so expect the junior quarterback to put up big numbers on Saturday.
The one thing the Bulldogs need to do when facing a team like this is get off to a fast start and pounce on them towards the end of the game.
Ole Miss is riding a big wave of momentum, and if they jump to a 3-0 or 7-0 lead, they will gain more confidence as the game progresses, which could lead to problems for the Bulldogs.
So the Bulldogs have to be efficient on offense throughout the game and be aggressive on defense just like they were against Florida.
This is not an average Georgia vs. Ole Miss game. The Rebels are coming to Athens to try to upset the Bulldogs. Mark Richt and company have to make sure they never have thoughts like that ever again.