At CBS, the Worst of the Week takes on Georgia's rancid record against ranked teams, Boston College's ongoing angst and Miami's butterfingery night in Chicago, plus the latest edition of the Dreadful Dozen.
Lowlights: Another year, another reality check for Georgia, and more of the worst of Week 6:
Georgia's elite pretensions were quickly crushed by South Carolina Saturday in a 35-7 debacle that wasn't nearly that close, and even the more rational, patient corners of the UGA fan base were left to wonder why they keep falling for the notion that their team is a first-rate SEC power. Since opening the 2008 season as the No. 1 team in both major polls, the Bulldogs are 1-9 against top ten opponents, losing by an average margin of 18 points per game. Including the flop in Columbia, four of those nine defeats have come by at least 24 points; only one, a 20-13 nail-biter against LSU in 2009, was decided by single digits, and that edition of LSU wound up nowhere near the top ten after finishing just 4-4 from that point on.
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