SEC Football: Predicting the Records for Each Team in 2015

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Nov 22, 2014; Athens, GA, USA; Georgia Bulldogs running back Nick Chubb (27) runs for a touchdown against the Charleston Southern Buccaneers during the first half at Sanford Stadium. Georgia defeated Charleston Southern 55-9. Mandatory Credit: Dale Zanine-USA TODAY Sports

Georgia: 11-1 (7-1)

Loss: @ Auburn

Breakdown: Georgia, Alabama, LSU, and Ole Miss should form a club of teams with endless talent but question marks at the quarterback position.

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  • Like last season, not very much will be asked of the Georgia quarterback, regardless of who it will be, as almost all of the offensive production will be placed in the hands of Nick Chubb, with help from the rest of his friends in the Dawgs’ crowded backfield.

    Georgia will be involved in three of the biggest games in the SEC this year: at home against Alabama, at Tennessee, and at Auburn. Like I said earlier, I think the Dawgs will win against Alabama behind their home-field advantage and the slight advantage in experience they have over Alabama.

    The next week, the Dawgs will have to travel to ole Rocky Top in the hardest game for me to pick out of all the matchups in the SEC this year. Tennessee will have the home-field advantage in this one, but Georgia will have the advantage in experience and depth, and I think that will allow the Dawgs to barely pull it out in a game that just might set a record for amount of heart attacks induced within a three-hour period.

    As for the Auburn game, this will be a battle between a team trying to stay undefeated, and a team desperately trying to put the pieces back together on their season. I think the home team will win that one in another neck and neck game. Might we see another finish similar to the one that happened the last time they met on the Plains?

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