In reply to: Georgia's 2019 schedule through Sept. 30 is remarkable. posted by G.K.Chesterton
Give me a break.
next year. There are ten P5 teams, a decent G5 team, and a tomato can. There are probably five to six ranked teams on that schedule before they potentially play in the SEC title game. No one should be throwing stones at that schedule, including us. We look like morons doing so.
I detect some big time pro-Georgia bias. You live in that state, don't you?
I have no UGA connection, and I live in Chicago. I find it a bit amusing that some Notre Dame fans are trying to tear down that schedule. It is objectively at least as difficult as ours, and their SoS usually pisses all over ours. Their SoS according to Sagarin over the last six years:
They have a built-in SEC East schedule, a built-in crossover game against a Tier 1 program, and a built-in OOC game against a Tier 2 program. They’ve tried to play at least one good out of conference opponent most years for about a decade now. Their schedule is typically better than ours is, and some fans look like try hards trying to downplay that. They had a “down” schedule this year and still ended up playing five top fifteen teams - four that won Big Six bowl games - including their bowl game and another two that received votes.
The point is that Georgia will have a week off before they play Notre Dame and another week off after the game.
better than New Mexico. Georgia will have one of the five-to-ten most difficult schedules in the country next year, and I am willing to gamble that it will be tougher than ours.