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Georgia can wave goodbye to their slim title hopes.
The Georgia Southern Eagles will fly into Athens and put out any lingering embers of national title hopes for the Georgia Bulldogs.
Bold, I know. Southern's triple-option has been nothing short of prolific this season, as it's averaging in excess of 400-yards per game on the ground.
Needless to say, it's the top rushing offense in the FCS, and currently sits in sixth on the lower division's Top-25.
An FCS team beating the Dawgs in Athens? It's not unfathomable. Southern's offense ran for more than 300 yards against Alabama's vaunted defense in Tuscaloosa last season.
Georgia's defense might be stout against the pass, but it's allowing 175 yards per game on the ground, and it's not seen an offense quite like Southern's all season.
It'll be a close one, but Georgia Southern will pull off its biggest win of the season, and then get the hell out of dodge.