USA Today breaks down Georgia

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    • Georgia looks to win its third SEC East Division championship in a row under Mark Richt

    • The Bulldogs' offense, led by quarterback Aaron Murray, will be one of the nation's best

    • But the defense is dangerously young, especially in the defensive backfield
    ...The clock is ticking for Georgia, like it is for the rest of the FBS, but the Bulldogs' clock remains stuck on one number in particular: five. As in five yards to the end zone. Or five seconds left. Georgia's 2012 season came down to those numbers, those moments, and the Bulldogs' inability to seal the deal against Alabama in the SEC title game.

    So, in a sense, Georgia's 2013 season began before its 2012 campaign came to a close. This year's team – 10 starters back on offense, almost entirely rebuilt on defense – takes its incalculable motivation from those five seconds, when a battle-tested team came up short, both in time and distance, against a team currently atop the heap in the SEC.

    Want to get to Pasadena? Better bring your 60-minute game. Want to stick around for another set in the weight room, spend another hour in the film room, run one more set of stairs? Think about Alabama, the SEC and a quest for the national championship, those five seconds and five yards left on the field. Championship teams have found motivation in far less...


    http://www.usatoday.com/story/sport...3-preview-college-football-countdown/2707479/
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    Georgia is going to be tough to beat .. but Clemson has already shown the way.

    Early prediction .. Florida beats both South Carolina and Georgia and heads to Atlanta.

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