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

2013 GEORGIA SCHEDULE
Aug. 31: at Clemson
Sept. 7: South Carolina
Sept. 14: Open date
Sept. 21: North Texas
Sept. 28: LSU
Oct. 5: at Tennessee
Oct. 12: Missouri
Oct. 19: at Vanderbilt
Oct. 26: Open date
Nov. 2: Florida (Jacksonville)
Nov. 9: Appalachian State
Nov. 16: at Auburn
Nov. 23: Kentucky
Nov. 30: at Georgia Tech

Will they have a hard time adjusting back to playing multiple big games after playing a much easier schedule the past two years?

This is all based on predictions of a bunch of unknown variables, just curious what the SECr thinks.


WarCamEagle
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re: So how will Georgia do next year when they play a harder schedule?
9 wins Regular Season


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joshnorris14
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re: So how will Georgia do next year when they play a harder schedule?
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Aug. 31: at Clemson- W
Sept. 7: South Carolina- L
Sept. 14: Open date
Sept. 21: North Texas- W
Sept. 28: LSU- L
Oct. 5: at Tennessee- W
Oct. 12: Missouri- W
Oct. 19: at Vanderbilt- L
Oct. 26: Open date
Nov. 2: Florida (Jacksonville)- L
Nov. 9: Appalachian State- W
Nov. 16: at Auburn- W
Nov. 23: Kentucky- W
Nov. 30: at Georgia Tech- W


8-4
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sunnydaze
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re: So how will Georgia do next year when they play a harder schedule?
I'm interested in knowing how their team'll look. For some reason, that game worries me more than any next year


K9
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re: So how will Georgia do next year when they play a harder schedule?
Probably not too well. We lose a lot on defense and may lose Murray as well. Offense should be solid, even without Murray, but the defense will be "rebuilding" so to speak.


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Hugo Stiglitz
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Richt gets back on hot seat


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NattyBoh
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re: So how will Georgia do next year when they play a harder schedule?
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2013 GEORGIA SCHEDULE
Aug. 31: at Clemson W
Sept. 7: South Carolina L
Sept. 14: Open date
Sept. 21: North Texas W
Sept. 28: LSU L
Oct. 5: at Tennessee W
Oct. 12: Missouri W
Oct. 19: at Vanderbilt W
Oct. 26: Open date
Nov. 2: Florida (Jacksonville) L
Nov. 9: Appalachian State W
Nov. 16: at Auburn W
Nov. 23: Kentucky W
Nov. 30: at Georgia Tech W


9-3


K9
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re: So how will Georgia do next year when they play a harder schedule?
We'll win one of those three
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TTsTowel
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re: So how will Georgia do next year when they play a harder schedule?
They lose a ton of starters on defense, so there will be growing pains.


loyalauron
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re: So how will Georgia do next year when they play a harder schedule?
3, maybe 4 losses.


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Crowknowsbest
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re: So how will Georgia do next year when they play a harder schedule?
We won't be as good next year, but UGA will be a dangerous team because the offense should be lights out. Every starter returns except for Tavarres King, assuming Murray sticks around. Defense could be troublesome. loses 8 or 9 starters but has talent.

The first month should be tough. Probably come out of September with 2 losses. After that the rest of the schedule should go pretty smoothly until the UF game.

If we get out of September with 1 or 0 losses, we can make a run.
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NattyBoh
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re: So how will Georgia do next year when they play a harder schedule?
I am giving them a win in the Clemson game, but on second thought could see their young defense struggle.


Crowknowsbest
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re: So how will Georgia do next year when they play a harder schedule?
I would guess 9-3, but we'll see


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RomeDawg11
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re: So how will Georgia do next year when they play a harder schedule?
2013 GEORGIA SCHEDULE
Aug. 31: at Clemson W (they have no Defense)
Sept. 7: South Carolina W (just because at home, may be a shootout
Sept. 14: Open date
Sept. 21: North Texas W
Sept. 28: LSU L (Defense still not ready)
Oct. 5: at Tennessee W
Oct. 12: Missouri W
Oct. 19: at Vanderbilt W
Oct. 26: Open date
Nov. 2: Florida (Jacksonville) L (breakout game for Defense)
Nov. 9: Appalachian State W
Nov. 16: at Auburn W (Close as Auburn is much improved)
Nov. 23: Kentucky W
Nov. 30: at Georgia Tech W (CPJ finally fired)

10-2 (If Geathers and Murray come back)
8-4 If they dont


troywew
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re: So how will Georgia do next year when they play a harder schedule?
All cupcakes except Florida


scrooster
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re: So how will Georgia do next year when they play a harder schedule?
They could easily start the season by going 1-3 if they are not careful. But Georgia's cupboard is not bare and they'll replace what they lose with good players - make no mistake about that.

I'll be pulling for them against Clemson. After that, no.


fibonaccisquared
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re: So how will Georgia do next year when they play a harder schedule?
It could be a sneaky good year if they squeak through that early schedule. Clemson SHOULD be a win but early with a young defense could be trouble.

SC will be a battle no matter how we slice it but it's at home so I'm giving us a 60/40 shot at it. (Can we figure out a way to stop Clowney?)

LSU is big question mark... what happened in the games leading up to it. Are we gaining confidence and gelling defensively? Also what do they lose this off season? (I really have no idea.) Probably a loss.

I see us coming out 3-1 but can just as easily see 1-3 or 2-2 to start the season. We go 3-1... look out cuz that train is not stopping. 1-3... well go ahead and count the UF game as a loss as well. They'll be deflated all season and lose another one to someone they shouldn't.

Need to play well in the bowl game, finish up this recruiting cycle strong (bringing in a LOT)...


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

Need to play well in the bowl game, finish up this recruiting cycle strong (bringing in a LOT)...


Oversigning I see.


nc14
Alabama Fan
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re: So how will Georgia do next year when they play a harder schedule?
Will come down to UGA/UF again.


ugasickem
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re: So how will Georgia do next year when they play a harder schedule?
Dawgsessed. We will go undefeated.


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