2013 A National Championship Season for the Georgia Bulldogs?
The Southeastern Conference has won the last seven BCS National Championships; there is no longer any doubt that the SEC is the best league in college football. However, the SEC is filled with such talented teams that it is increasingly difficult to choose the best team from the conference. That’s why many believe that the Georgia Bulldogs‘ game against the Alabama Crimson Tide in the SEC Championship was the real national championship last season.
Georgia missed out on the national championship last year, despite having a spectacular season. The Bulldogs return most of their players from last season and have every opportunity to win the SEC. The Crimson Tide will still be the favorites in the conference, but Georgia will make it one of the hardest fought SEC battles in years. The SEC looks like it will be the Bulldogs’ for the taking, as long as they don’t get too confident and continue to play their game.
The 2013-2014 National Championship is in the Bulldogs’ reach. They play a schedule against the best teams in the country and will have prepared themselves to play against any team from any conference in the national championship. If Georgia can stay on top of the East in the SEC, there is no reason that they should not find themselves in contention for the national championship at the end of the year. The Bulldogs are the most complete team in the SEC East and will cruise to the SEC Championship for the second consecutive year. Georgia will follow that up with a chance at being the best team in the country at the end of the season.
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