After finishing September with a 4-0 record, the Georgia Bulldogs stumbled in October, wining only one of their four games. The Bulldogs were defeated by Alabama to start October, lost to Tennessee the following week, barely got by Missouri and then ended the month with an embarrassing performance against Florida.So its safe to say Mark Richts team is glad to have October out of the way and will be looking to finish the season strong with a better November. Georgia will face two more conference rivals and two in-state opponents to end the season.The Bulldogs may no longer be in contention for the SEC East title, but if they can somehow finish the year with a four-game winning steak, they'll at least have something to build on in 2016.So here are the Bulldogs game-by-game predictions for November.November 7: vs. Kentucky The Bulldogs are coming off a blowout loss to Florida, and the Wildcats are coming off a double-digit loss to Tennessee. So both teams are looking to bounce back and start the month right.Kentucky lost its last three games, and they surrendered at least 30 points in all three losses. The Wildcats have struggled on defense all season, allowing just over 29 points per game.The offense has been nothing to brag about either, as the Wildcats score 24.3 points per game and total 387 yards per game.The one player to watch is Mikel Horton, who rushed for over 100 yards against Tennessee. If he can get going, the Wildcats can pull off the upset. But when its all said and done, the Bulldogs have more talent than the Wildcats, and they should be able to do enough on offense and defense to hand them their fourth consecutive loss.Georgia 28, Kentucky 14November 14: at AuburnGeorgia and Auburn were in the same boat before the season began. Georgia was picked as the favorite to win the SEC East, while Auburn was the favorite to win the entire conference.However, because of quarterback issues, both Auburn and Georgia have had disappointing seasons up to this point.The Tigers' quarterback issues have hindered their scoring this season, as they rank 10th in the SEC in points per game. And Auburn might have worst defense in the SEC, as it gives up 446.5 yards per game.Peyton Barber has been one of the few highlights for the Tigers, rushing for 787 yards and 12 touchdowns. Georgia will need to limit his yards in order to make the Tigers one-dimensional. If that happens, the Bulldogs should win their final SEC game of the year.I liked a @YouTube video http://t.co/vv4vQktEha Auburn - Peyton Barber - TD Garrett (@AnimatedGamers1) October 4, 2015Georgia 30, Auburn 21November 21: vs. Georgia SouthernAfter Auburn, Georgia will face Georgia Southern, their third non-conference opponent of the year, at Sanford Stadium.The Eagles are the defending Sun Belt Conference Champions, and they have a chance to win it again this season. They lead the nation in rushing with 385.6 yards per game and running back Matt Breida has been one of the best running backs in the nation, rushing for 1,158 yards and 13 touchdowns.Because of its option offense, Georgia Southern will give the Bulldogs fits to start the game, and it will be close at the half. But the Bulldogs have more talent and too much depth for the game to remain close in the fourth quarter.Georgia 42, Georgia Southern 24November 28: at Georgia TechThis will be the most interesting game of the month for the Bulldogs. Both teams had high expectations before the season, and both teams failed to live up to them.Georgia Tech did beat Florida State two weeks ago to hand the Seminoles their first loss of the year, but that was the Yellow Jackets only conference win, and they have three wins overall.Georgia Tech has issues on defense, ranking 11th in the ACC in scoring and total defense. And the Yellow Jackets are not a threat in the passing game, as they rank 13th in the conference in passing offense.Since everyone is about to get angry, let's watch something fun first and remember that it's WHAT A TIME TO BE ALIVE https://t.co/cXte8HLVaj Matt Brown (@MattBrownCFB) November 3, 2015The last two times these teams faced off, the game went to overtime. And based on how both teams have played this season, this game should be another close battle.One thing to note about this series is that Richt has never lost at Bobby Dodd Stadium. And because this is the final regular-season game and changes to the coaching staff are possible, according to Dan Wolken of USA Today, the Bulldogs will play hard for Richt and finish the season strong.Georgia 28, Georgia Tech 25 Click here to read full news..