The payday it gets for being a Georgia’s punching bag for a day on Sept. 10 will have to be enough for Nicholls State.

The Colonels, who went a paltry 3-8 (3-6 in the Southland Conference) last year after going winless in 2014, will visit Athens in what will be one the most lopsided matchups any SEC team will see this season.

The game follows on the heels of the Dawgs’ season opener against North Carolina in Atlanta a week earlier and figures to get well out of hand early.

But Nicholls State is hardly the only overmatched opponent set to grace an SEC field this fall.

Here’s a look at some of the biggest cupcakes on the SEC schedule this fall.

1. North Texas at Florida (Sept. 17): The Mean Green are coming off a disastrous 1-11 season and will be breaking in a new coaching staff. It’s unlikely that the school’s most famous alum, NFL Hall of Famer Mean Joe Greene, has any eligibility left, so this could get ugly in a hurry. North Texas ranked 120th nationally in total defense in 2015 and 122nd in scoring defense after yielding more than 500 yards and 41 points per game.

2. Nicholls State at Georgia (Sept. 10): The Colonels were gutted for at least 30 points six times last year and surrendered at least 20 in 10 of their 11 games against lesser competition. Trying to slow down the added SEC speed and talent they’ll see in Georgia will be a problem.

3. Presbyterian at Florida (Nov. 19): Don’t expect Gators coach Jim McElwain to play his starters long as his team readies for rival Florida State the following week. The Blue Hose have a great nickname, but little else. The team went 2-9 in 2015, including 1-5 in Big South play. Gonna be a long afternoon at The Swamp.

4. Prairie View at Texas A&M (Sept. 10): The game will mark the first meeting between the two neighboring schools and the Panthers’ first game against an SEC opponent. Prairie View, an FCS program, was 8-2 last season but lost 63-24 to FBS Texas State.

5. South Alabama at LSU (Nov. 19): The Jaguars were a dismal 113th nationally in run defense a year ago and now get the envious assignment of going to Baton Rouge and somehow trying to slow down All-American running back Leonard Fournette and Co. Good luck with that.