Domination in Inglewood

Georgia Bulldogs ride to second straight championship


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THE GREATEST STORY EVER PLAYED. On January 9, the Georgia Bulldogs claimed their second consecutive CFP championship against the TCU Horned Frogs. The game had the largest margin for a championship at 58 points.

Go Dawgs.

On Monday, January 9, the Georgia Bulldogs clashed against the TCU Horned Frogs for the College Football Playoff National Championship. The 13-1 season for TCU was a thriller for all college football fans alike, but the Bulldogs rolled right through the Horned Frogs 65-7, the largest margin for a bowl game in history at 58 points. The victory also marks two championships in a row for Georgia, only the second school to repeat since Alabama in 2011 and 2012.

“I didn’t watch it because I was scared Georgia was going to lose,” freshman Bryce Bickley said. “It was great that TCU lost because they beat Michigan, and I am a big Michigan fan.”

TCU’s runner-up season was a thrill to watch, but the Bulldogs, representing the Southeastern Conference, showed up to prove a point.

“TCU had a great run, but they were just completely outmatched,” freshman Braden Peet said.

With only one score for the Horned Frogs, it was no match for the unstoppable Georgia offense going for 589 total yards and keeping TCU at 188 yards.

“I thought TCU looked horrible that game,” senior Hutton Hoegemeyer said. “They had a great run this season, but Georgia dominated, the SEC is on top!”

The back-to-back titles now establish the Bulldogs as a powerhouse in College Football.

“Forget about Alabama, Georgia is a new dynasty in the sport,” senior Logan Wilson said.

The game was expected to be anyone’s guess with Georgia only being 12.5-point favorites, but the truth was far from that.

“I thought it was going to be a very exciting and entertaining game,” Peet said. “It ended up being absolute dominance, it put us to sleep in the third quarter.”