And now we begin the strange, out of body experience that is witnessing a previously elite SEC football program, with talent on the level of any team in the country, go 1 - 4 in their first 5 games.
T Kyle King at Dawg Sports pens an eerily even keeled, if insomniac, perspective peice, whereas Hey, Jenny Slater is taking his Audi Q5 to his condo on the Gulf to start writing his second book.
And the Georgia loss wasn't even the worst one of the day. That goes to the LSU Tigers, who lost to a scrappy, never-say-die Tennessee team at home. Or, at least, they should have. But games cannot end on defensive penalties, and the Volunteers inexplicably had 13 defenders on the field as LSU's offensive bumbles would have ended under any normal circumstances. As the Senator says, "That might be the most gut wrenching loss I've ever seen."
Which means next week's Tennessee vs. Georgia game will be won not by the x's and o's, but by whichever team gets the best psychological therapy this week.