- David Ching, SEC reporter
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.
Four different bowls are in the mix for Georgia, which will await decisions about Arkansas' selection before knowing its postseason fate.