The team that should have been in the title game this past season, the University of Georgia. While I would love to see them go 13-0 going into the BCS Championship Game, I think a 12-1 or 11-2 record is the most likely scenario, as they do have a pretty tough SEC schedule. Besides the usual South Carolina, Tennessee, Florida, Auburn and Kentucky (UK could be having a bad year and still trip up UGA; same goes with Vandy.), they also have to face Alabama and LSU. I would not be surprised if they end up playing LSU twice this season. I'm going to guess that they'll lose the first game against them, but redeem themselves with a win over them in SEC Championship Game. If Georgia does lose two games in the regular season, the other lose will probably be Tennessee or Florida (Although I think the Gators will come back to earth as Tim Tebow will definitely not be the QB
he was last season.), but that game on September 20th at Arizona State does scare me.
Of course some of this season does ride whether Knowshon Moreno picks up where he left off last season. He left the game today against Georgia Southern with a "cramp" after scoring his third TD
of the game. If he can't go, Caleb King could definitely step in and play (He was the Dawgs' leading rusher in today's game, 12 carries, 95 yards.). Matthew Stafford is the other crucial piece in the machine as well, but it looks like Joe Cox could come in and run the offense fairly well (He played the fourth quarter to get some reps as the Dawgs were up 38-7 going into the fourth quarter.) and will more than likely see some more playing time next week against Central Michigan.
For the BCS Championship, it will be #1 Oklahoma vs. #2 UGA with UGA winning the game 35-27.