ATHENS, Ga. (AP) -- Another week, another top 10 opponent for Georgia.
When the ninth-ranked Bulldogs host No. 6 LSU on Saturday, they will be only the fourth team in the BCS era to face three top 10 opponents in their first four games.
Georgia (2-1) opened with a loss at Clemson and followed with a victory over Carolina. Now, it's the Tigers between the hedges in a matchup between teams with definite national championship aspirations.
The Bulldogs have only one other ranked team the rest of the schedule -- No. 20 Florida, which isn't exactly in a good place after losing starting quarterback Jeff Driskel to a season-ending injury.
So, if Georgia can win out, it will be playing the SEC championship game, which usually guarantees a shot at a national title.
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