Georgia head coach Kirby Smart is getting a second chance with the Bulldogs, who are set to begin the 2015 season at home against LSU on Saturday night.
But with the way Georgia has played in its last five games, the Bulldogs could be facing a tougher test.
The Bulldogs went 0-6 in their last six home games and went 4-8 against the SEC East and was coming off a loss to LSU, which is No. 8 in the AP poll.
The Bulldogs lost to Georgia Tech in the Cotton Bowl last year and lost to South Carolina in the Rose Bowl this year.
The last time Georgia faced the SEC was in 2014, when it went 0, 6-0 in its five home games.
Georgia went 6-1 in its four SEC home games, and went 5-1 on the road.
It lost to Tennessee in the Orange Bowl in 2016.
Georgia lost to Mississippi State in the Peach Bowl in 2017.
The other teams on the schedule have the most wins against the Bulldogs in the last five seasons.
Auburn went 8-0 against Georgia in 2013 and won the national title.
LSU went 9-0 the last time the Bulldogs faced the Tigers in the 2015 Rose Bowl.
The Tigers beat Georgia Tech 42-0 at home in the 2016 Peach Bowl.
LSU has won 14 of the last 15 games at Georgia Stadium, including six straight wins from 2014-16.
Georgia is 0-4 in those games.
The Tigers, who had a bye week, played at South Carolina on Saturday, but it was an embarrassing loss for Smart.
The senior quarterback was intercepted in the first half, and the Bulldogs won 21-17.
The team was coming back from a 20-17 loss to Auburn in the SEC championship game, but had the ball at its own 30 with less than five minutes left.
Smart said the loss was tough to watch.
He said he was frustrated, but he said it was a big win for Georgia.
Smart said he feels like we have to get back to where we were before and get better.