Georgia Bulldogs: SEC East Power Rankings, Week 9

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Oct 17, 2015; Baton Rouge, LA, USA; LSU Tigers place kicker Trent Domingue (14) carries the ball for a touchdown in front of Florida Gators defensive back Vernon Hargreaves III (1) and linebacker Jarrad Davis (40) on a fake field goal attempt in the second half at Tiger Stadium. LSU defeated Florida 35-28. Mandatory Credit: Crystal LoGiudice-USA TODAY Sports

A win for Florida over the Georgia Bulldogs essentially guarantees the first SEC East title for the Gators since Urban Meyer was their coach. Every team in the East would have at least three losses and the Gators would hold the tiebreaker over Kentucky, Georgia, Tennessee and Missouri.

The only way UF would not win the East is if they drop both remaining SEC games to South Carolina and Vanderbilt. That is not happening. If it did, we’re talking about complete widespread chaos in the SEC East. Would that mean the winner of the UGA-UK game be the winner of the SEC East or would it go to Tennessee? Weird stuff.

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For the sake of simplicity, the winner of this game down in Jacksonville should go on to win the SEC East. Six wins will win this division, just like three losses indicates a lost season. For every reason that Florida should win this game, I’m not sure they do.

That doesn’t mean I think UGA will win it. I’m so torn on this game. However, I have a feeling this game will either come down to the wire or one team will blow out the other in the first quarter. Until Georgia beats Florida, the Florida Gators are firmly in the driver’s seat of the SEC East, with the outside chance at a New Year’s Six Bowl game.

Florida will play the Georgia Bulldogs down in Jacksonville as part of the CBS SEC Game of the Week at 3:30 PM ET on Halloween afternoon. Go Dawgs! Beat Florida! It’s rivalry week!

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