The fact that Georgia lost to South Carolina wasn't that shocking, it was the way the Bulldogs lost. The 35-7 trouncing suggested a wide talent gap between the two teams.
As the team hits its bye week, the players vow that they will play better for the rest of the season, according to the Athens Banner-Herald:
"We’re not depressed," said linebacker Jordan Jenkins. "We’re ready to get better. We lost. It’s on to the next one. Preparing for Kentucky. ... We’re not going to let us get us down.
The Bulldogs don't have the most daunting of schedules for the second half of the season. They play two teams with one win -- Auburn and Kentucky -- Ole Miss, Georgia Tech and FCS opponent Georgia Southern.
The biggest game for the remainder the season comes on Oct. 27, when the Bulldogs play Florida in Jacksonville, in what is likely their last chance to get back in the SEC title game race.