Georgia Florida Game 2011

October 29, 2011 by staff 

Georgia Florida Game 2011, Rarely are games that can undersell and oversold at the same time, but the world is bigger this year C**ktail Party is shaping up to be one of those games. It could be an elimination game of two teams still clinging to the race thanks to the ineptitude SEC East South Carolina – or may not mean anything at all.

In Florida, a loss means that the Gators are performed in the SEC East. Fall of this game, and Florida will have four SEC losses, while Georgia will have a loss of the SEC with two games to play – without even putting in the equation of the uncertain chances of South Carolina lost their last three games all SEC (in Tennessee, Arkansas, against Florida). So for the team, at least, this game is all there is to the next.

If Georgia were to lose, things get a bit more complicated. The biggest problem for the Dawgs is that they would lose the strongest case to be in control of something about their own destiny looming South Carolina game against Arkansas, a team the Gameccks beat in Colombia last year. If South Carolina could take care of business in Knoxville on Saturday and break the backbone of Arkansas, Florida, fighting ccks repeat as SEC East champions.

But there is no guarantee that the crimes of South Carolina mercurial (what type) could do what is expected to do in those games. If the Gameccks were to drop two of three and one of those losses were to Florida, Georgia may only claim the crown if the Dawgs win or if Florida were to lose at Vanderbilt. A third defeat in Georgia part of the crown to Florida, in the course of the Gators do not fall to the Commodores, by creating a three-way tie at 5-3 with Florida with a 2-0 record in the head head to head.

That avoids the question of whether Mark Richt’s team could finally turn on him if the game escapes from Florida, or if the Dawgs would be favorites against Auburn, if you can not beat the Gators. Moreover, suppose that all this will be a moot point, because Georgia will break the streak and knock Florida’s career.

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