Best case scenario: The Gurshall/Murray offensive barrage outscores Clemson, USC, and LSU in the first month. The young defense gels over the course of the season, and UGA stomps UF in Jax. UGA heads into the SEC Championship at 12-0, beats Bama and heads to the national championship, wins it. 14-0 fapfapfapfap
Worst case: Offense is not as good as expected and the defense never improves. Fall to 0-2 to start the season against Clemson and USC. Lose to LSU later in the month and Florida in Jacksonville. Drop a game that they have no business losing. 7-5, Peach Bowl or something sucky like that.
deeprig9 Georgia Fan Athens Member since Sep 2012 16549 posts
re: Your team's best case and worst case scenarioPosted by deeprig9 on 1/20/13 at 8:28 pm to CerebralGator
Georgia might have the best offense that college football has ever seen, and I'm not exaggerating. The best receivers, running backs, and qb are all returning. All O-line returning.
Defense is a bit of a question mark, no doubt they are all super talented, question is how fast they grow up... not much time with Clemson and Carolina as the first two games. If we had two or 3 cupcakes to start out with, I'd be much more confident in predicting an undefeated or 1-loss run for the NC.
If we weren't losing so much on defense, I would confidently predict a 14-0 season.
Best Case: 13-1 (losing 1/5 of Clem, Caro, Fl, LSU, Bama in SECCG)
Worst Case: 10-3 (losing 3/4 of Clem, Caro, FL, LSU)