Welp, they did it again. After taking down Alabama in 2021 to claim their first national championship since 1980, the Bulldogs claimed back-to-back titles by crushing TCU 65-7 in the CFP National Championship Game. This is officially the era of the Bulldogs, as they have taken over the spot of "Alabama's biggest rival" from Clemson. On their way to this national title, they managed to go undefeated at 15-0 on the season, and 8-0 in the SEC.
Truly, this was one of the more dominant seasons for a college football team in recent memory, close to that 2019-2020 LSU team led by Joe Burrow. With an offense led by now 2x CFP MVP QB Stetson Bennett, they exploded in the championship for 65 points, completely obliterating the TCU Horned Frogs in the largest blowout in bowl game history. However, they did face adversity in the Peach Bowl, when they narrowly escaped Ohio State 42-41 in a comeback victory to get there.
When you win back-to-back national championships, you tend to be favored the next season as well. That is exactly the case here, as the Bulldogs are actually quite a sizable favorite over Alabama. Georgia is sitting at +215 right now at DraftKings Sportsbook, which is far and away the favorite to win the championship in 2023. The Crimson Tide are behind them at +600, so over double the odds of the Bulldogs. Still, they will be losing a lot of players to the NFL Draft and graduation coming into 2023. Their starting QB Stetson Bennett will be gone, as well as every single starter from the 2022 season. However, you and I both know that the backups for Georgia are all 5-star recruits that are better than most starters across college football. They will have an all-new cast of stars to play with in 2023.
The schedule next season should be yet another walk in the park for the most part for the Bulldogs, as they don't have to play Alabama at all. They also avoid LSU, and they get Tennessee and Auburn at home. If you look at the full schedule, you can easily see this team going 12-0 yet again, even with a new roster.
You never know how a team full of new players is going to pan out, but since most of them are at least 4-star recruits, I'd say they probably will win a lot of games. Since they will lack experience, I could see them losing a game. I just don't see how they don't get into the CFP in 2023. There is going to be a ton of talent here, and even with the lack of veterans and a new QB, they should breeze by most teams.
Georgia football refers to the football program of the University of Georgia, located in Athens, Georgia. The team competes in the Southeastern Conference (SEC) and has a storied history, with four national championships.
Some notable players from Georgia football include Herschel Walker, who won the Heisman Trophy in 1982, as well as Fran Tarkenton, Terrell Davis, and Matthew Stafford, among others.
The current head coach of the Georgia Bulldogs football team is Kirby Smart, who took over in 2016. Under Smart's leadership, the Bulldogs have had considerable success.
Georgia plays its home games at Sanford Stadium, which has a seating capacity of over 92,000 fans. The team's mascot is a bulldog named Uga, and the team's colors are red and black.