Dawgs await shake-out of bowls
Arkansas, S. Carolina play role in Georgia's postseason fate
Updated: December 3, 2011, 11:52 PM ETBy David Ching | DawgNation
ATLANTA -- Georgia's only chance to control its bowl destiny slipped away when the Bulldogs blew a halftime lead and allowed LSU to run away with a 42-10 win in Saturday's SEC championship game. Now, instead of the Allstate Sugar Bowl berth that would have accompanied a win against LSU, Georgia's postseason destination comes down to what happens with Arkansas -- particularly whether the Capital One Bowl selects the Razorbacks on Sunday for its Jan. 2 game. "Everything is predicated on what the Capital One Bowl does," Cotton Bowl spokesman Charlie Fiss said Saturday.
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