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The truth of the matter is that we don't know a whole lot about either of these teams yet. Yes, Georgia is 0-1 and South Carolina is 1-0. But, what did we learn from last week?
South Carolina showed very little with a home win over North Carolina. Jadeveon Clowney stole headlines, Mike Davis ran hard and Connor Shaw was unspectacular.
We know that if Georgia loses the turnover battle, gets flagged for twice as many penalty yards and botches field-goal snaps, the Bulldogs might lose a close game on the road against a Top-10 team.
For Georgia, South Carolina's offense should be easier to contain than Clemson's, but the Gamecocks' pass rush will be stout. For South Carolina, the hostile environment and an angry Bulldogs team both pose legitimate roadblocks.
Georgia has registered more wins and more SEC East crowns over the past six years than South Carolina, but the Gamecocks are 4-2 against the Bulldogs over that time frame. In that regard, Georgia is due for a win.
Prediction: Georgia 33, South Carolina 27