“We’ve gotten through the toughest part of our schedule, now we’ve just got to keep it rolling."
Georgia safety Josh Harvey-Clemons
ATHENS — The meatgrinder portion of Georgia’s schedule — three top-10 teams in the first four games — is now in the past.
The Bulldogs made it the other side of that harrowing Clemson-South Carolina-LSU stretch pretty much right where they started.
Georgia’s up to No. 6 in the nation in both The Associated Press and USA Today coaches’ polls, one spot below where they were in the preseason and still very much national title contenders.
“We’ve gotten through the toughest part of our schedule, now we’ve just got to keep it rolling,” safety Josh Harvey-Clemons said.
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