Georgia’s offense shines in national title game

Anthony McCulley, Staff Writer

The Georgia Bulldogs won the national championship game in a blowout against the Texax Christian University.
On Jan. 9. the TCU Horned Frogs (13-1) faced the Georgia Bulldogs (14-0) in the national championship game at SoFi Stadium. The Bulldogs and Horned Frogs faced each other with top quarterbacks Max Duggan of TCU and Stetson Bennett of Georgia.
This was the final time both Duggan and Bennett would play a college game as they both have declared for the NFL draft, where they hope to be drafted this April.
Bennett and Duggan started their opening drives with a rushing touchdown each, but TCU couldn’t keep up. The Bulldogs ran away with it, winning the game 65-7. The Horned Frogs couldn’t find a way to stop the high-powered Bulldogs offense from scoring. TCU also had a hard time finding ways to move the ball.
Duggan had a rough night against Georgia as he was under pressure all night and completed 14 of 23 passes for 152 yards and two interceptions. He was also sacked five times.
Georgia was a powerhouse all season, posting a perfect 15-0 record. Bennett passed for a total of 4,127 yards and 27 touchdowns. Running back Kenny McIntosh ran for 829 yards on the season. Receiver Brock Bowers had 942 receiving yards on the year.
For TCU, Duggan ended the year with 3,698 passings yards with 32 touchdowns and eight interceptions. Kendre Miller ran for a total of 1,399 yards and Emari Demercado ran for 681 yards. Quentin Johnston had 1,069 receiving yards and Taye Barber had 613 receiving yards.
Come April, we will see where these two quarterbacks end up in the NFL but for now, we will have to wait it out.