Well, no wonder.

Before you get too excited about Athlon giving Georgia its preseason fifteenth-ranked blessing, you might want to check out its version of the Dawgs’ 2010 schedule.

Sept. 4 UL Lafayette
Sept. 11 at South Carolina
Sept. 18 Arkansas
Sept. 25 at Mississippi State
Oct. 2 at Colorado
Oct. 9 Tennessee
Oct. 16 Vanderbilt
Oct. 23 at Kentucky
Nov. 6 Idaho State
Nov. 13 at Auburn
Nov. 20 Georgia Tech
Nov. 27 Northwestern

I’m just pissed off I have to cancel my plans for Jacksonville this season.

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11 Comments

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11 responses to “Well, no wonder.

  1. dean

    Well, the game against Northwestern should be interesting. WTH!

  2. Russell

    I love it when the professionals are on top of things.
    They need to stay off of Facebook during working hours.

  3. bort

    I just hate that game’s in Athens. Evanston in November is beautiful.

    • NCT

      But if we’re making the return trip next season, I’m due for a visit to Chicago. The Oak Park FLW tour is good for the soul.

      • Mayor of Dawgtown

        I thought the N’western game was the SEC Championship game and that N’western had jumped leagues.

  4. I’m still going to Jacksonville, just in case. If anyone needs a place to stay for the NW game, it isn’t too far and I know a guy that can get us in the game. Cheap.

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  6. Toe

    Perhaps those Big Ten expansion rumors are true.

    • Mayor of Dawgtown

      Actually ALL the SEC is joining the Big Ten and N’Western is just in the other division from UGA.

  7. Aligator

    me too, it would have been a good game with urbs quitting in december and CMR on the toaster …

  8. Vious

    Without UF, Richt is arguably the winningest coach in our history with multiple NC’s