Five games that will decide the SEC championship
Spring practice is over. Summer is on its way. And if you haven’t made your travel plans for the 2008 season yet, you probably should. We are here to help. Here, gentle readers, are the five games that will determine the 2008 SEC championship.
1. Georgia vs. Florida in Jacksonville, Nov. 1: If last season’s end zone dance by Georgia had never happened, this would still be one of the biggest games between the Dawgs and the Gators in recent memory. First place in the SEC East will probably be on the line, as well as the inside track to a spot in the BCS title game. I know we’re not supposed to call it the “Cocktail Party” any more. But with a Heisman Trophy winner (Florida’s Tim Tebow) on one side and a potential Heisman winner (Georgia’s Knowshon Moreno) on the other, this has a chance to be one for the ages.