With the spread starting at 10 points and quickly moving to 13.5, Georgia goes into the SEC Championship against LSU game clear underdogs (by comparison, the spreads for the last two SEC Championship games Georgia played against LSU in 2003 and 2005, which they split, were 2 and 3 points.)
While I don’t dispute LSU’s place atop the the college football pile, even discounting my hopes as a homer, I think Georgia has a better shot than most give it credit for. That said, don’t take my word for it:
General WWL blog coverage.
Mark Richt is respectful, but not intimidated, of LSU.
Georgia’s defense is even more confident.
Former Bulldog Zach Mettenberger, heir apparent to the LSU QB throne, may or may not contribute this year.
A report from behind enemy lines.
And of course, the NYTimes analysis of the bulldogs. Not the Bulldogs, well, except Uga.