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):
Georgia Flips, Signs ESPN 300 FSU Commit
National recruiting coordinator Craig Haubert talks about ESPN 300 defensive end Michael Barnett's decision to sign financial aid papers at Georgia. Barnett had previously been committed to Florida State and Virginia Tech.
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