The Georgia Bulldogs are flying high at 7-0 right now, ranked third in the country. They've had an incredible run this season, and own key wins over Notre Dame on the road and over Mississippi State at home. But their remaining five games won't be a joke, and to make it into the college football playoff, Georgia will probably need to win them all, especially with seven other undefeated teams in the Top 25. It's not easy to win college football games, especially on the road, but Georgia should be up to the task. Let's take a quick look at which games will be the toughest ones remaining on the schedule.

1. #3 Georgia @ #21 Auburn

The Auburn Tigers are no joke, and they nearly pulled off a huge upset of then ranked #3 Clemson on the road in week 2. Right now, Auburn is 5-2 in the SEC West and should probably be considered one of the best teams in college football. A loss to a LSU team that has played very erratically throughout the season doesn't discount the fact that this will probably be Georgia's toughest remaining game. It may also be the only game where Georgia is an underdog in Vegas. If they can get past the Tigers on November 11th, the Bulldogs will greatly improve their chances of making the playoff, especially with a road win.

2. #3 Georgia @ Georgia Tech

You can bet that fans of the Yellow Jackets will turn out in full force for this one, especially if Georgia is still ranked in the top five.

That's going to make this a very tough game, regardless of records. But Georgia Tech has also been competitive in every game this year, and is just two points away from being undefeated right now. Both of their losses have come on the road against ranked teams (Tennessee and Miami), so it would be wise to not overlook a team that is used to playing in very close games.

3. Kentucky @ #3 Georgia

The Kentucky Wildcats are 5-1 and in second place in the SEC East, but nobody is giving them much credit. That's a mistake. This is a team that finds ways to win games and this Kentucky team could easily be undefeated, as they lost by just one point to Florida at home. Right now, the Wildcats are the other contenders for the SEC East Title, but that could easily change, depending on how Kentucky's road SEC games go.

If they do manage to win a majority of their games down the stretch, you can bet that Kentucky will be energized for their November 18th date with Georgia. Fortunately, the Bulldogs will get to play at home and should be able to take care of business against a surprisingly tough Kentucky team.