It’s very rare that the first week of the college football season produces a game with National Championship implications. Usually, the opening week of the season is top teams playing cream puff schools from far-flung places that no one has ever heard of. This is when Southwest North Dakota Tech and Northeast South Carolina State play the powerhouses, and get slaughtered 70-0 and call it a “learning experience” for the kids.
But this year provides an exception. The fifth ranked Georgia Bulldogs will travel to Death Valley (with major apologies to LSU fans) to battle with the eighth ranked Clemson Tigers, in front of a National television audience on ABC. Both schools have aspirations of playing in the BCS title game on January 6 in Pasadena, and a win will certainly bolster their chances of achieving that goal.
Georgia nearly made it to the BCS title game last season, only…
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