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UGA 11-1 in 2010?
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02-18-2010, 12:36 PM
Originally Posted by nickknx865
At first, this sounds a little crazy. But, let's look at their schedule
Sept. 4 Louisiana-Lafayette
Sept. 11 at South Carolina
Sept. 18 Arkansas
Sept. 25 at Miss State
Oct. 2 at Colorado
Oct. 9 Tennessee
Oct. 16 Vanderbilt
Oct. 23 at Kentucky
Oct. 30 Florida (in Jax)
Nov. 6 Idaho State
Nov. 13 at Auburn
Nov. 20 OPEN DATE
Nov. 27 Georgia Tech
They could be as good as 8-0 before the Cocktail Party, or as bad as 3-5. The problem is that with the exception of Alabama, and possibly LSU, the SEC is wide open this year. It's kind of hard to tell right now who is going to be able to win it all, and who isn't.
Not a chance. Facing S. Carolina, Arkansas, and Miss St. will likely give them two early losses. Travelling to Colorado could be tricky as well.
The way I see it, they will have to come a long way just to have a winning season.
Possible/Probable losses: S. Carolina, Arkansas, Tennessee, Kentucky, Florida, Auburn, Ga. Tech
02-18-2010, 03:46 PM
Join Date: Dec 2007
Location: Raleigh/Clayton/Princeton, NC
Originally Posted by Lawrence Wright
The Les Miles Effect is kicking into overdrive in Baton Rouge. The Hat's seat will only get hotter.
He'll be in Ann Arbor come December. Rich Rod will have another losing season, get canned, and UM's fans will call for a "Michigan Man" to come save them. Miles won't say no this time.