ATHENS, Ga. (AP) - No one could have envisioned this: Georgia is
still alive in the Southeastern Conference after losing its first
three SEC games.
The Bulldogs (4-4) have evened their conference record with
three straight wins, and given the sorry state of the SEC East they
still have a chance to be playing in Atlanta come the first
Saturday in December.
Georgia must win this Saturday's game against Florida, a
traditional stumbling block that doesn't look nearly as imposing
this season. The Gators (4-3, 2-3) have lost three straight.
If the Bulldogs get by Florida, there's still a chance they win
the East even if they lose their SEC finale against unbeaten
Auburn. In a three-way tie with the Gators and South Carolina, the
tiebreaker would likely go to Georgia.
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