Georgia Bulldogs begin to resemble a college football dynasty after winning consecutive championships with a 65-7 blowout of the TCU Horned Frogs on Monday night.
The Bulldogs were dominant in 2022, becoming the first Georgia team to finish a 15-0 season and the first team to repeat since the 2011-12 Alabama Crimson Tide.
As the Bulldogs enter the offseasonimmortality is on the horizon.
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Can Georgia become a “three-peat” champion?
“I really don’t want to think about three,” Georgia head coach Kirby Smart said Tuesday. “It’s human nature to relax. It’s human nature to take the easy way out.”
Smart praised the 2022 team for its resilience before warning his 2023 team not to relax after back-to-back championships.
“Starting to think about the next one, I think it’s going to be a lot more difficult,” Smart continued. “And I think we’re going to have to reinvent ourselves next year because you can’t stay the same. Like these two guys up here.” [Javon Bullard and Brock Bowers]they will come back And we have a lot of guys, in my opinion, that are coming back, and it’s easy to get comfortable. And comfortable does not win.
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The last team to win three national championships in a row was the Minnesota golden gophers from 1934-36.
It was a very different time in college football, with 1935 being the first year of the Associated Press era.
In an era where players can transfer without missing a year and name, image and likeness rule, a hat-trick in the College football playoff era it would be as impressive as anything college football has ever witnessed.
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Georgia will enter the 2023 season with a new quarterback under center in Stetson Bennett, the two time winner of the offensive MVP of the national championship, leaves Athens.
Redshirt junior Carson Beck is the favorite to replace Bennett, according to CBS Sports.
Brock Vandagriff, a five-star recruit fresh out of high school, and Gunner Stockton will also compete for the starting job.
Whoever ends up under center, history will rest on their shoulders as the Bulldogs look to accomplish what hasn’t been done in modern college football.