Georgia 10: Week 15 power rankings 

December, 3, 2012
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ATHENS, Ga. -- Thanks to huge plays from Jarvis Jones, Tavarres King and Alec Ogletree, among others, Georgia stood on the verge of unseating defending BCS champion Alabama and playing for a national title.

The sixth-ranked Bulldogs (11-2) will instead play No. 16 Nebraska (10-3) in the Capital One Bowl with far less at stake, although they can still become just the third Georgia team ever to win 12 games in a season -- a win that could send off a valuable senior class in the right way after they helped re-establish Georgia as one of the SEC’s top programs.

Let’s review our Georgia Power Rankings entering bowl season (last week’s rank in parentheses):
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