There’s one game in particular that SEC fans and the rest of college football will be keeping an eye on this week:

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No. 5 GEORGIA at No. 24 SOUTH CAROLINA (upset chance 50 percent), 3:30 p.m. ET, CBS — Longtime SEC analyst Tony Barnhart says today’s game will be an old-fashioned ‘slobberknocker’ and that fits into the Gamecocks’ preferred style of play. During its last two games, South Carolina’s been gashed defensively by wide-open spread attacks. Georgia’s offense presents the opposite weapon of ground-and-pound with Todd Gurley.If Georgia wins, Saturday’s victory would be more impressive than the opener considering the Bulldogs have been out-scored 52-13 during their last two trips to Williams-Brice Stadium. A loss all but eliminates South Carolina from making national noise the rest of the way and crushes dreams of an Eastern Division title.

To pull off the upset, the Gamecocks must tackle well, win the time of possession battle and make plays in the passing game against an inexperienced secondary. Defensive coordinator Jeremy Pruitt going to likely come after Dylan Thompson early on the blitz, so the senior quarterback’s decision-making is paramount to South Carolina’s success against the fifth-ranked team in the country.

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