No. 5 Georgia now prepares for No. 6

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They're getting tougher and tougher.

After dominating Vanderbilt and holding off Tennessee the past two Saturdays at Sanford Stadium, the No. 5 Georgia Bulldogs will face their biggest challenge yet with a trip this week to No. 6 South Carolina. It will be the first in 65 series meetings in which the Bulldogs and Gamecocks are both top-10 teams.

"It's really what we come to schools like Georgia for," Bulldogs guard Chris Burnette said after Saturday's 51-44 win over the Volunteers. "You know that you're in a great league, and you know you're going to play great competition every week. You get a chance to be on TV, so it's awesome. We're excited for this week."