"If they lose next week, yes I do think they would be available for us," said Scott Poole, a representative from the game who attended Saturday night's Georgia-Georgia Tech game in Atlanta.
The Peach Bowl will be played in the Georgia Dome at 7:30 p.m. on Friday, Dec. 30. The game will be televised by ESPN.
The Bulldogs' performance against the Yellow Jackets may not have any impact on the bowl selection. Even a three-loss Georgia team (Saturday's game wasn't complete in time for this edition) could fall past both Florida bowls, the Capital One and Outback.
Poole acknowledged the Gamecocks (7-4), with the Steve Spurrier factor and their traditionally loyal fan base, would be a very attractive pick for any Florida bowl.
"A Richt-Bowden matchup certainly would have some attraction to it," said Poole, who added that the 2002 meeting between the two coaches in the Sugar Bowl wouldn't diminish a rematch in his mind.
Poole could offer Georgia fans no guarantee that his bowl will take the Bulldogs even if they are available. The Gators (8-3) became much more attractive with Saturday's 34-7 win over Florida State. The key to the bowl's decision will be the attractiveness of the matchup it can provide, Poole said.