The Georgia Bulldogs continue to check all of the boxes. Prior to this recent four-week stretch, there were questions about if they could handle the meat of their schedule. They began by answering the bell in a big way against the Florida Gators. Then folks said they hadn’t faced any real offenses. They put those naysayers to bed by taking care of Missouri and Ole Miss without breaking much of a sweat.
Yet, people still somehow doubted Georgia going into this past weekend, claiming they hadn’t yet played a ranked opponent on the road. The Bulldogs finally got their opportunity in Knoxville on Saturday and dismantled the Volunteers 38-10 at Neyland Stadium.
Will it be enough for the Georgia haters to finally pipe down? Probably not, but this appears to be a team on a mission to accomplish something that hasn’t been done in nearly 100 years — win three straight national championships.
On the latest episode of SportsTalkATL, we discuss the Georgia Bulldogs dominant win over the Tennessee Volunteers.
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