ATLANTA (AP) -- A modest two-game winning streak has boosted
Georgia from last place to near the top of the Southeastern
Conference's Eastern Division.
Georgia's 43-0 win over Vanderbilt on Saturday has the Bulldogs
right back in the East race. The Bulldogs had help as two teams
ahead of them in the division, South Carolina and Florida, were
upset by Kentucky and Mississippi State, respectively.
Georgia, 3-4 overall, is 2-3 in SEC games and tied with Florida
for second in the East behind South Carolina. No team in the
division has a winning SEC record. South Carolina, at 2-2, is the
only .500 team in the East.
The Bulldogs play at Kentucky next week.
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