Georgia ends TCU dream season

Ultimately, the number one ranked, most talked about, and consensus pick to win the national championship, the Georgia Bulldogs had even more to deal with than TCU or pundits had predicted.

The Georgia Bulldogs beat TCU 65-7 Monday night in Los Angeles. It was the biggest blowout of the college football playoff era or the BCS era. And, not to sound mean, but the 65-7 scoreline makes the game a little closer than it was.

Sorry TCU. It was a magical season and I would have liked the game to be tighter and more competitive. But this game was ugly. As the Dallas Morning News pointed out, this game was worse than the 2004 USC/OU game.

It was the biggest explosion of the BCS/CFP era. The previous biggest margin was USC’s 55-19 draw to Oklahoma to end the 2004 season.

“Anyone who saw that could see that we definitely didn’t play our best,” first-year coach Sonny Dykes said. “You have to give Georgia a ton of credit. These guys came out and played exceptionally well.

TCU (13-2), seeking its first national title since 1938, still had its dream season, one that fans and alumni will talk about for decades. They’ll talk about first-year coach Dykes and quarterback Max Duggan’s special season and all those unexpected comebacks.

For Georgia, they become the first team to win back-to-back national championships since Alabama did in 2011 and 2012. They also remain the best program in college football.

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