USA TODAY Published 12:07 PM EDT Oct 11, 2018 It’s been smooth sailing for No. 2 Georgia through the first six weeks of the season. The second half for the Bulldogs will be about proving their worth, starting with a trip to No. 12 LSU. The Tigers already have two top 10 wins away from home. And despite their stumble last week against Florida, they’re certain capable of spoiling what looks to be a collision course of Georgia and Alabama in the SEC title game. The game in Baton Rouge, however, isn’t the only noteworthy showdown of the weekend. In the Big Ten, No. 10 Wisconsin and No. 13 Michigan both have dropped non-conference games. But with a spotless league record so far, there’s still hope of getting to the conference championship game and possibly into the College Football Playoff mix. MUST WATCH: Why Michigan-Wisconson matchup won’t disappoint TOO GOOD?: Alabama’s potential playoff weakness: No close games HEISMAN WATCH: Alabama’s Tagovailoa extends lead on Murray, Haskins It’s a somewhat similar situation for No. 7 Washington and No. 17 Oregon. Both have losses. Both still are in the running for the Pac-12 title. The Ducks have the advantage of home field. They’ll have to overcome the bad memories of their blown lead against Stanford earlier this year. It shapes up to be a good quarterback matchup between Jake Browning and Justin Herbert.