The game was close, but voters overwhelmingly favored the Bulldogs last week to the tune of 89 percent picking Georgia over the visiting Arizona State Sun Devils.
The Bulldogs welcome the No. 4 ranked LSU Tigers to Sanford Stadium with neither team playing particularly well. The Tigers have yet to have a rusher of 100 or more yards this season. LSU had just 30 yards of 31 carries against Mississippi State on Saturday.
The Bulldogs, meanwhile, are getting by on Herculean efforts from quarterback Joe Cox and sophomore wideout A.J. Green, who caught eight passes for 153 yards, including a 56-yard touchdown, and blocked a potential, game-tying field goal against Arizona State.
Last season, Georgia linebacker Darryl Gamble had two interception returns for touchdowns for a Bulldog defense that allowed nearly 500 yards of offense. LSU this year is averaging just over 300 yards of offense per game.
The Bulldogs have defeated LSU in there last three meetings three straight times dating back to 2004.