1. Each game is a singular isolated incident. Within each game, one random penalty, or one single pass, or one field goal attempt, can decide who plays for a national title. These instances are usually easy to isolate. 2. Each season totally is unique. What is required to play in the game changes from year to year. 3. You are either lucky or you are not. It can happen more than once or even twice. Depends on the 1st 2 factors. 4. The SEC as a whole has gotten the breaks in these situations (habitual good luck), but UGA has been left out of this good fortune (habitual bad luck)
Ladies and gentlemen it would appear we have a clear cut case of Richt-O-Philia on our hands here!