DN Roundtable: Best opponent this fall? 

May, 9, 2012
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James Franklin Kevin Jairaj/US PresswireUGA fans should certainly be intrigued by the prospect of facing QB James Franklin and the Missouri Tigers in their historic first SEC game.
This week’s DawgNation Roundtable discussion centers on the outstanding players in the SEC who stand between the Bulldogs and another division title. We recently mentioned some of the skilled Georgia players we are going to keep an eye on, so it is only fair to ask: “Which opposing player are you most excited to see this fall?”

David Ching: I will be most intrigued to see James Franklin and the Missouri offense this fall, largely because it will be the first opportunity to gauge whether the Tigers can actually compete in the SEC.

Georgia visits Missouri on Sept. 8 in the former Big 12 program’s first game as an SEC competitor. Many observers have circled the matchup as a potential trap game for the Bulldogs, who will likely enter the season with a top-10 ranking. Franklin and the high-powered offense are the reason the Tigers might have a shot to pull off the upset.

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