"Dawg-ed Out" Georgia crushes TCU 65-7 for 2nd straight National Title

Georgia Coach Kirby Smart (Right) and QB Stetson Bennett (Left) celebrate after the win over TCU Photo credit Mark J. Rebilas-USA TODAY Sports

After an impressive dismantling of TCU Monday night Georgia has become the first college football program to win back to back National Titles in over a decade.

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The Dawgs left no doubt in their 65-7 rout of TCU in Los Angeles, Monday night. Georgia took control of the game with a run of 28 unanswered points in the 1st half to take a 38-7 lead into the halftime locker room.

Georgia was dominate on both sides of the ball racking up nearly 600 yards of total offense, while holding TCU to under 200 yards total. The Bulldogs had an advantage in the ground game of 254 to 36.

They limited TCU star QB and Heisman finalist Max Duggan to 14 of 22 passing for 152 yards and 2 interceptions. Georgia QB Stetson Bennett was 18 of 25 for just over 300 yards and 4 TD passes. He also added two rushing TD's. Tight End Brock Bowers was a tough matchup for TCU, he had 7 catches for 152 yards and a score.

Georgia now becomes the 1st program to win back-to-back National Championships in the College Football Playoff Era. They join Alabama, Southern Cal and Nebraska , as the just the 4th program to go back-to-back in the last 30 years.

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