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COLUMBIA, SC (WIS) -

With the Georgia/South Carolina border battle set for a little over 24 hours from now, college football analysts have already picking out who they think will win the top 10 battle.

Experts from CBSSports.com appear to be split straight down the middle on the winner of the game. Dennis Dodd, Tom Fornelli, Matt Hinton, and Chip Patterson all believe the Gamecocks should win this one.

ESPNU's Dari Nowkhah not only picked South Carolina to win Saturday night, but he took it a step further and said the Gamecocks would beat LSU next week, and run the table for the rest of the year. 

ESPN SEC blogger Chris Low also picked the Gamecocks on Paul Finebaum's radio show, putting his faith in Steve Spurrier if South Carolina can keep it close.

Unfortunately for us at the moment, Lee Corso won't be picking anyone until the very end of the College Gameday broadcast. But South Carolina fans are hoping for some kind of reverse curse and for Corso to pick Georgia.

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