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re: So how will Georgia do next year when they play a harder schedule?


Lol no it won't.





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nicholastiger
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re: So how will Georgia do next year when they play a harder schedule?


UGA missed a golden opportunity
it might take another 20 to get another shot
USCe will be favorite
Fla will only improve
Tenn brings in a new coach
Vandy is here to stay






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ugasickem
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re: So how will Georgia do next year when they play a harder schedule?


lol...yeah it will. warm up that couch for the SECCG





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dawg4lyfe
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re: So how will Georgia do next year when they play a harder schedule?


Is Lattimore planning on declaring for the draft? If so, I think we beat SC. If not, SC wins.





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Crowknowsbest
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re: So how will Georgia do next year when they play a harder schedule?


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UGA missed a golden opportunity
it might take another 20 to get another shot

I think you maybe overreacting to us losing some starters. We will always have talent.

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USCe will be favorite

I would say UF, but I could see USCe winning the east.

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Fla will only improve

Depends on which defensive players head to the draft, but I do agree that their program is moving in a positive direction.

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Tenn brings in a new coach

so?

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Vandy is here to stay

Whatever. We beat them 48-3. I hope they stay that way forever. Franklin will be gone in a few years anyway.






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nc14
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re: So how will Georgia do next year when they play a harder schedule?


If Lattimore ever plays another down he will not be the same player, it's ashamed but true. Good kid, stud back.





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PepaSpray
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re: So how will Georgia do next year when they play a harder schedule?


they'll beat an overrated South Carolina.





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ngadawg250
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re: So how will Georgia do next year when they play a harder schedule?


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(Can we figure out a way to stop Clowney?)


I think Saban demonstrated how to stop a great pass rusher....run Gurly right at him.






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JStanDawgFan
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re: So how will Georgia do next year when they play a harder schedule?


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They could easily start the season by going 1-3 if they are not careful



Strange, I feel like I have read that before. Wasn't UGA supposed to start out this year with a loss at Mizzou and at home to Vandy?

Guys I realize that this board exist simple for fodder and speculation, but to know what a team is going to look like in 2013, before a bowl game is even played for the 2012 squad, is down right asinine. Speculation on a schedule for UGA is dumb as well. Carolina fans should be the first to know this. Spurrier cried all offseason about catching Arkansas and UGA playing Ole Miss. I think we could all agree that ended up being a very stupid comment. Just let it at least get to a point when we will know who is even playing for our respective teams before jumping to any conclusions on what a record would be for any team next year.




ETA: If anyone honestly believes that UGA will just disappear into an oblivion for the next 20 years and never have another shot to get into national championship contention, then you just aren't paying attention.






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Sandwich
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re: So how will Georgia do next year when they play a harder schedule?


You are ALL wrong. No one has carefully integrated the percentage of our team that will be suspended and/or kicked out of school before then. Come on guys..I thought you were SEC ranters.

If we win the fulmer cup (very possible) 7-5

IF we don't 9-3

Loses to LSU, UF, and one of either Clemson and USCe.






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BamaScoop
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re: So how will Georgia do next year when they play a harder schedule?


We broke Georgias spine. Mark Richt will never do better than he did this year.





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ThereGoesHerschel
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re: So how will Georgia do next year when they play a harder schedule?


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Oversigning I see.


It's not oversigning when you're currently about 10 scholarships under the limit.






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UpstateCock2007
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Member since Mar 2009
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re: So how will Georgia do next year when they play a harder schedule?


Lattimore will never play another down for us. Sad to say, but even if he were to play again, it would be 2014 more than likely.

Back to the original topic, UGA goes 9-3 with losses to SC, LSU, and UF.

UGA will beat Clemson in a shootout. Even after losing 9 starters or whatever it is, UGA's defense is still better than Clemson's and the offense is just as good.






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ThereGoesHerschel
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We broke Georgias spine. Mark Richt will never do better than he did this year


He has already had a better year than this one.






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Dudley Humptyfrats
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re: So how will Georgia do next year when they play a harder schedule?


Damn you're a UGA troll





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CockInYourEar
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re: So how will Georgia do next year when they play a harder schedule?


3 losses. 4 losses if the Richt up the 1st game.





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ThereGoesHerschel
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re: So how will Georgia do next year when they play a harder schedule?


Clemson, SC, LSU, UF are the only real chances at losing next year. I just don't think it's likely we lose all 4 swing games.

Clemson- their offense will be good and our defense is an unknown. But our offense will legit be one of the best in the country so I know we can outscore them. I also remember the last time we took a new defense up there (started a walkon freshman at safety, all new linebackers, new corners, etc) and we won 30-0.

SC- They lose Latt, they lose some good pieces on defense. Clowney is a freakazoid but I imagine after last year we'll have something to at least contain him. Again, our offense should be able to outscore just about everyone on our schedule, just have to make some stops on D. Playing at home helps.

LSU- Eehhh this isn't as scary as it used to be. If we played them this year we would win for sure. Next year is tricky just because of our defensive issues. Mett is inconsistent but they have a strong running game. We should put some points up.

UF- This one is probably the scariest on the schedule. A great thing is that we FINALLY have some mojo in this series after 20 years without it. We've won 2 in a row and their coach has never beat us (and is 0-6 in jacksonville overall). Our offense should be able to put up several TDs, just gotta get some stops. Driskell isn't scary and neither are their receivers, but they're physical and could push us around some.

I'll say best case scenario is 10-2 (simply because of youth on D) and worst case is 8-4, with realistic probably being 9-3.






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PortlyDawg
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re: So how will Georgia do next year when they play a harder schedule?


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Damn you're a UGA troll


It's pretty impressive.






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WRedmondsStang
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re: So how will Georgia do next year when they play a harder schedule?


LSU- Eehhh this isn't as scary as it used to be. If we played them this year we would win for sure. No, you would not definately beat anyone.





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SpartyGator
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re: So how will Georgia do next year when they play a harder schedule?


Damn, didnt realize that many could be gone next year.





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