With all of the attention that has so righteously been heaped upon Southeastern Conference powerhouses Louisiana State and Alabama, the fact that Georgia has won 10 consecutive games has gone somewhat unnoticed.
Sure, the opposition hasn't exactly been fierce every week, but the Bulldogs have gotten it done. And the truth is, Florida, Vanderbilt and Mississippi State each only may be 6-6, but each also is expected to play in a bowl game. Plus, during this run Georgia has handled its two ranked foes—then-No. 20 Auburn and then-No. 23 Georgia Tech—in a convincing manner, winning the two games by a combined score of 76-24.
I'm not here to tell you the Bulldogs will beat LSU later today in the SEC Championship Game. No, I think anyone who ever has doubted the Tigers—be it against Oregon on a neutral field, at West Virginia, at Alabama or hosting red-hot Arkansas—has learned the error of their ways.
Now, can Georgia pull off the upset?
Yeah, it can.
The possibility may be no more than 10 percent, and many would argue that is a generous number, but few would give the Bulldogs absolutely no chance.
Here are five ways Georgia gives itself the best chance to leave Atlanta with the title "SEC champion."