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Georgia demolishes TCU, sets new CFP record to win back- to- back public crowns

 An old- fashioned Georgia Bulldogs beatdown redounded in the most points ever scored in a public crown game, as quarterback Stetson Bennett was responsible for six touchdowns in the 65- 7 palm over the TCU Horned Frogs.

Georgia demolishes TCU, sets new CFP record to win back-to-back national championships

The palm kept the public title in Athens, as the Bulldogs have won back- to- back crowns. But this bone was noway a mistrustfulness compared to this bout with Alabama last time.

Georgia head trainer Kirby Smart called a downtime with 1325 left in the fourth quarter, with his Bulldogs up 52- 7, to allow Bennett a curtain call as he was done for the night. Smiling, Bennet hugged Smart and numerous of his teammates, as he agglomerated out in his final collegiate game and realized he was a two- time public champion.


Bennett finished the game 18 of 25 through the air for 304 yards and four passing touchdowns, while rushing two touchdowns as well in the shindig palm.


The first half was an absolute agony for TCU, as Georgia scored on every single possession they had with Bennett incontinently getting off to a hot launch. After the defense forced a three- and- out on the Horned Frogs to start the game, the Bulldogs demanded just five plays to go 57 yards and collect a 21- yard touchdown run to get on the board presto.

Also, the defense stepped over formerly again, forcing a bobble on TCU’s Derius Davis, which Javon Bullard recovered at the Horned Frogs ’ 33- yard line. Jack Podlesny ended up remonstrating a 24- yard field thing after TCU got a important- required third-down stop.


Max Duggan, a Heisman jewel finalist like his counterpart in Bennett, set up some obnoxious meter on the coming drive, raising one out to Davis for 60 yards to set up in Georgia home. Duggan ended up going untouched for a two- yard touchdown to get some instigation back.

Not fur an eyelash, Georgia did n’t let that last for long. Bennett demanded four plays this time, chancing speedy receiver Ladd McConkey for a 37- yard touchdown on fractured content to go back over 10.


From there, the Bulldogs truly ran down with this game. They would score three further touchdowns before the half ended, while Duggan threw two interceptions to set them up for points off successions.

Bennett scored his alternate rushing touchdown of the game from there, while also passing to Adonai Mitchell and handing it off to Kendall Milton for a one- yard score.


he game was basically over at halftime with a 38- 7 score, but hey, it’s not over until the final whoosh.

TCU eventually got Georgia to punt the ball on the first drive of the alternate half, but it was the only drive points were n’t put on the board. Bennett set up his tight end Brock Bowers for 22 yards to make it 45- 7 followed by McConkey’s alternate touchdown heist of the night for 14 yards.



After Bennett left the game, Carson Beck, who's anticipated to be Georgia’s starter coming season, took over at quarterback. He picked up where his teammate left off, going nine plays for a touchdown score Branson Robinson, another crucial player for coming season, on a one- yard run which broke the record for utmost points scored.


Robinson would score again after the Georgia defense created another development on campo, demanding just one play to go 19 yards.


Other than Bennett, Bowers had a fantastic night with 152 yards on seven catches, while McConkey finished with 88 yards on five receptions. The Bulldogs had 590 total yards of offense.

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