2019 ScheduleAll times ET
- Georgia guard Shaffer ruled out vs. Kentucky
- LSU jumps to No. 2 in AP poll; UGA falls to 10th
- UGA's Kindley, Davis hoping to play against S.C.
- Ohio State, Georgia tied at No. 3 in AP Top 25
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Alabama and LSU are on a collision course in the SEC West while South Carolina's upset of Georgia shook up the premier conference's East division.
Left guard Justin Shaffer has been ruled out of No. 10 Georgia's game against Kentucky on Saturday because of a neck injury.
Most of Saturday's action that affected the playoff race came in the SEC, where the West reasserted its dominance, but Oklahoma also cleared its biggest regular-season hurdle.
LSU moved up to No. 2 in the Associated Press college football poll, giving the Southeastern Conference the top two teams in the country for the 29th time.
The Tigers move up to No. 1 after their Week 7 win over Florida, as the playoff hunt and conference races start to come into focus.
Joe Burrow emerged as a Heisman front-runner, Oklahoma showed its defense can compete, and more questions were answered.
Georgia started out slow and lost to a team with a losing record and a third-string quarterback. Can its playoff hopes recover?
Third-ranked Georgia fell in double overtime at home to South Carolina after Rodrigo Blankenship's 42-yard field goal attempt goes wide left.
The new AP Top 25 poll is out, and Georgia is sliding while LSU keeps rising. What's next for each ranked team?
Heather Dinich ESPN Senior Writer
Georgia's playoff hopes aren't over, but they took a huge hit and are now in must-win mode after the loss to South Carolina. Georgia should drop out of the top four, and now needs to beat Florida on Nov. 2 to have a shot at winning the East, but the Bulldogs also have to travel to Auburn on Nov. 16. The bigger problem? With 4 turnovers, Georgia didn't look like a playoff team.