Georgia football will see the SEC Nation team again for the upcoming rivalry game against Florida in Jacksonville.
The Gators are 4-3 overall and 2-3 in the SEC, which isn’t how anyone thought they would be at this point in the season.
After falling to Alabama, Florida has continued to struggle, losing to Kentucky and then LSU. Like the Dawgs, they had Week 7 off, so they had plenty of time to prepare, but it will likely not be enough.
This matchup went from potentially being a top-10 matching that decides the East to the No.1 team playing their unranked rival.
So it’s interesting that SEC Nation chose this game over the Ole Miss and Auburn game. The Rebels will likely move up from their No.12 ranking after a 31-17 win over LSU in Week 8. Auburn had the week off, so their ranking will likely stay the same.
When the SEC has the No.1 team in the country, you want to get to as many games as possible, but at the same time, the Rebels and Tigers game will be far more interesting than the one in Jacksonville.
As history shows us, this rivalry game can go either way, but the Dawgs should handle their business and take the Gators to the woodshed.
The last time SEC Nation went to a Georgia game was last week for the Kentucky matchup, baby Resse chose the Dawgs, and all was right in the world. While it’ll probably be the same against the Gators, it’s okay to go other places too.
Georgia has had a ton of coverage the first seven weeks of the season, and while it’s never a bad thing to have something like SEC Nation at your game, there are just better games out there this week. We’re not complaining at all, but we think it’s an interesting choice, that’s for sure.
However, we will take the coverage. If interested, the show will be in Lot P outside TIAA Bank Field from 10 a.m. to noon on Saturday. Marty and McGee will also be there live from 9 a.m. to 10 a.m., ahead of the main show.
And we cannot forget about Paul Finebaum as he will have his Friday show in Lot P on Friday from 3-7p.m.
Georgia will always take the coverage, and as long as they continue to take each game like it’s the last, there will never be any rat poison available.
It’s never bad to let the world see why Jordan Davis should be a Heisman Trophy contender, how this defense will stop Florida and how this quarterback situation will play out this week — like head coach Kirby Smart will tell them, but still.
Georgia is the best team in the country and hasn’t shown many weaknesses, so it’s fine by us if SEC Nation wants to showcase what could be the start of the next dynasty.