Number one georgia bulldog Scored in first six drives to beat No. 3 Texas Christian University, 65-7, to win the College Football Playoff Championship Game Monday night in Inglewood, Calif. for the second straight time Did.
A convincing victory heisman award-Finalist quarterback Stetson Bennett passed four touchdowns and ran two more to lead the Bulldogs (15-0), back-to-back Nationals since Alabama in 2011 and 2012. They became the first team to win the title.
Bennett passed for 304 yards in his final college contest, finishing 25-18. He left the game with 13:25 left in the fourth quarter.
Georgia built a 38-7 lead at halftime and scored the final 28 points before the break after TCU’s Max Duggan. Heisman Trophy runner-uprushing for a touchdown, making it 10-7 with 5:45 left in the first quarter.
The Bulldogs controlled the play and clock in the second half, holding the ball for almost 19 minutes of the first 30 minutes, just 121 yards ahead of the Horned Frogs (13-2) by 354 yards.
The onslaught continued into the second half, when Georgia head coach Kirby Smart effectively called off the Dogs and began adding second team players in the fourth quarter. By then it was 52-7.
Sophomore wide receiver Rudd McConkie of Georgia had two touchdown grabs, including a wide-open 37-yard reception that contributed to the first six of the Bulldogs’ 55-streak scoring streak.
Sophomore tight end Brock Bowers was named Player of the Year at the position, catching one touchdown and receiving for 152 yards on seven receptions.
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