Schedule Doesn’t Look So Easy Now, Does It

A lot of talk was made about the ease of UGA’s schedule and how the Ole Ball Coach was complaining about UGA missing out on Alabama, LSU and Arkansas from the west.

I think Tennessee is going to beat Florida on Saturday.  If they do, and assuming Georgia takes care of Florida Atlantic and Vanderbilt, then you will have probably red hot #15 Tennessee at #7 or so UGA playing on the CBS game of the weekend.  Then the next week, Georgia must travel to South Carolina to face a top 10 South Carolina.  Now, I think Georgia should handle Tennessee, but you get my point.  Not to sound too much like Nick Saban, but the games are played for a reason.  South Carolina having to play Arkansas doesn’t seem that tough now, huh? 

Plus, “easy” SEC schedule is relative. 

Corbindawg

 

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3 Responses to “Schedule Doesn’t Look So Easy Now, Does It”


  1. 1 watcher16 September 13, 2012 at 1:04 pm

    Don’t think you can really include Arkansas in the convo now that they’ve lost to ULM. I’d say the top 6 in the SEC now are:

    1) Bama
    2) LSU
    3) UGA
    4) SCAR
    5) Tenn
    6) Mizzou

  2. 2 Dawg19 September 13, 2012 at 2:23 pm

    With the exception of 2010, home games are ALWAYS tough against Tennessee, even when we are supposed to be better.

  3. 3 Jim September 13, 2012 at 4:59 pm

    Spurrier is a whiner, a moaner, and groaner. Does it appear that UGA has the easier schedule than USCe this year? Yes. But, what about next year or the next or next. I am sure UGA will soon have a more difficult schedule than the Cocks. When that time comes, I am sure one Mr. Spurrier will have no complaints that UGAs schedule is tougher than his. He might also want to hold off on his pre-season smug comments about UGA (finally getting a schedule worthy of a championship team or something to that effect). Losing out to UGA in a future year when the Cocks look to have an easier path to the Georgia Dome would make him look smaller and more silly than he already is.


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