The Georgia Bulldogs need a win over either the No. 2 Auburn Tigers on the road or Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets at home to extend their 13-season bowl streak, which is tied for fourth-best in the nation. This is assuming they get past Idaho State next week. Yes, we're wholeheartedly assuming.
The Dawgs are currently ranked eighth in the SEC, which puts them in line for the Liberty Bowl on Dec. 31 in Memphis. The bowl's other tie-in is the Conference USA champion. The Central Florida Knights currently lead C-USA, though the conference does involve a championship game, so goodness knows what madness may remain in store for America's most American conference.
UCF coach George O'Leary went 3-4 against Georgia in his seven full seasons as Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets head coach.
ESPN's projections both have Georgia rising to seventh in the SEC and playing the Miami Hurricanes in the Music City Bowl, while CBS thinks the Dawgs can take sixth in the SEC and meet the Penn State Nittany Lions in the Gator Bowl on Jan. 1.