Georgia Routs TCU in National Championship

The College Football National Championship occurred last night at SoFi Stadium in Inglewood, Califonia. This was a highly anticipated matchup between the Georgia Bulldogs and TCU Horned Frogs. Despite the hype, this game was massively disappointing to fans across the nation, as Georgia routed TCU 65-7. Going into the game, Georgia was favored to win by 12.5 points. They clearly surpassed these odds by quite a few points. Georgia quarterback Stetson Bennett started the game off for the Bulldogs with a 21-yard rushing touchdown with 11:01 remaining in the first quarter. After a TCU fumble, Georgia was on the board again with a field goal to extend their lead to 10. TCU then answered with a Max Duggan rushing touchdown with 4:46 left in the first quarter. Despite this shift in momentum, Georgia stormed down the field and Stetson Bennett found wide receiver Drew McConkey in the endzone with the clock winding down to the 2-minute mark in the first. After another TCU stall, Stetson Bennett capped off another Georgia drive by rushing for his second touchdown of the game. Kendall Milton found the end zone for Georgia with a one-yard rushing touchdown. Following a Max Duggan interception, Adonai Mitchell finished the half off for Georgia grabbing a 21-yard touchdown thrown by Bennett. At the end of the first half, the Bulldogs led the Horned Frogs 38-7. In the second half, Georiga touchdowns were scored by tight end Brock Bowers and wide receiver Drew McConkey, and two were scored by running back Branson Robinson. Georgia’s massive 65 point game is the most ever scored in a National Championship game. While TCU had a great season, they were not at all prepared for this game and it showed. You can watch the game highlights at