Found November 30, 2011 on The Lady Sportswriter:
This guest post was submitted by Adam Cubbage  The year was 2007. The team was the University of Georgia Bulldogs. That year the Bulldogs, led by Matthew Stafford, Thomas Brown and a host of others, would have a finish to remember in Athens. They beat a Florida team ranked 9th in the nation (that year Georgia would beat 5 top-25 teams) and finished with a regular season record of (10-2). This was important, mind you, because heading into the final weekend Georgia had a chance to play for the National Championship because the two teams ahead of them lost and they should have been the beneficiary’s of a trip to the title game only to have it snatched away by what was, at the time, a very convincing argument. Georgia had neither a division or league championship to their credit. For all their work they had a couple slips against Tennessee and South Carolina that cost them a trip to Atlanta. So they went to the Sugar Bowl with an at-large bid and make mince meat of Colt Brennan (rem...
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