Bennett brings the Bulldogs to back-to-back titles, beating the TCU Horned Frogs 65 to 7

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Bennett brings the Bulldogs to back-to-back titles, beating the TCU Horned Frogs 65 to 7

The Stetson Bennett chapter of Georgia Football comes to an end in the form of a 65 to 7 victory of the Texas Christian University Horned Frogs in the College Football National Championship at SoFi Stadium in Los Angeles, California. 

The 2022 National Championship was won by the end of the second half. Maybe even earlier. TCU clearly didn’t have the talent to match, and it was blatantly obvious. The entire game the Horned Frogs only put up 7 points, and they came off an accidental 60-yard bomb by Max Duggan, the only big play the Dawgs let up all night. TCU just literally couldn’t compete, it’s a sad end for a team that’s had a pretty cool ride thus far, but it’s always Go Dawgs around here. 

Now keep in mind, Georgia favored this game, but no one, not even the players thought the game was going to get this out of hand. Major credit goes out to both sides of the ball. Putting up 65 and holding the opposing team to 7 is insane, but so much of this game was about Stetson Fleming Bennett IV and the impact he’s had on this Georgia program. 





You’ve heard his story a million times at this point, and his come up might sound normal, but the fact of the matter is it’s one of the best stories to ever come out of college football, and we watched it end in the most spectacular way possible last night against the Horned Frogs. 305 passing yards. 4 passing touchdowns. 2 rushing touchdowns. These are not real numbers! But the fact of the matter is we have been living in an unreal era of Georgia football the past two years, and we have Bennett to thank for that. 

When asked about what watching Bennett taking his final snap for Georgia was like, offensive lineman Amarius Mims said, “It felt crazy, man. Nobody realizes how hard he works outside of just football, man.” Mims even mentioned that he thinks Bennett’s No. 13 should be retired. 

This victory signifies the end of an era. The Mailman has delivered. Bennett’s legacy is this upcoming Georgia dynasty. His name is going down in the books for sure. Maybe there’ll be a statue coming sometime soon. Regardless, Bennett’s contribution to this university, this city, this state, has to be recognized. And it will be soon enough.





Just sit back. Take it in. And breathe. These, these are the glory days.





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