What your view of sports and life would be if you had too many concussions
If you recall, we here at Dubsism have gone through the history of college football to determine a number #1 team in the style that boxing uses, namely, you are #1 until somebody beats you, then that team becomes #1.
Last week, for the first time ever, the heavyweight title of College Football belonged to the University of Kentucky Wildcats, who earned the title by defeating the South Carolina Gamecocks. However, the Wildcats grip on the belt was broken by the Georgia Bulldogs’ 44-31 victory in Lexington. This means the ‘Dawgs take the belt into their annual showdown in Jacksonville with the Florida Gators.
Granted, the ‘Dawgs need little in terms of extra motivation when it faces border rival Florida, but the game between the schools takes on added significance with both teams trying to stay alive in the SEC East title race. Once given up for dead, the Bulldogs (4-4, 3-3 SEC) have turned their season around with three straight wins. Meanwhile, Florida (4-3, 2-3 SEC), is heading south by having chalked three straight losses.
The question is: Can Florida stop its skid and reclaim the title it lost to Alabama in last years SEC Championship game? If they succeed, the Gators will be the fifth team to hold the belt this season.