The Georgia Bulldogs need only beat the lowly (and we mean LOWLY -- UGA's favored by four touchdowns) Kentucky Wildcats in order to make plans for the SEC Championship Game. If the Dawgs collapse against the Cats, then the South Carolina Gamecocks will make their second-straight and second-ever appearance.
Circumstances change, but one thing never changes: Steve Spurrier hoping Georgia loses.
"We'll hold out a little hope, but Georgia is playing awfully well now," said Spurrier in Sunday's conference call. "You always have some hope. That's a game we have no control over, so we're not going to worry about it."
Kentucky coach Joker Phillips, meanwhile, might have a little bit of incentive heading his way from the Palmetto State if he can score
@KyleTucker_CJ Joker Phillips said he got a text from a South Carolina number: "Dinner anywhere in the world if you beat Georgia."
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