Paul Finebaum names two teams capable of competing with the Georgia Bulldogs
Fresh off their win in the College Football Playoff’s championship game,
Georgia isn’t even getting two days to enjoy talk of becoming a potential dynasty.
Already, the college football world is ready to dethrone Georgia.
And to call it simply a win by Georgia is a disservice. They thoroughly dominated TCU 65-7.
Back to the original point: Georgia won but the hunt for the next national championship is now underway.
The drive to keep Georgia from a three-peat is fully on,
with the best chance to take down the twice-champion Bulldogs apparently coming from the Big Ten.
That’s at least what Paul Finebaum thinks, as the ESPN analyst points to a current Big Ten team (Ohio State) ,
and a future Big Ten member (USC) as being the programs most likely to be the next Georgia in college football.
Ohio State, after losing at home to Michigan in their regular season finale,
snuck into the College Football Playoff as the fourth team.
They narrowly lost 42-41 to the now two-time defending national champions.
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