The University of Georgia Bulldogs showed why they're the best team in college football — again.
With an unrelenting and dominant performance in the national championship game,
Georgia swamped Texas Christian University 65-7 to finish undefeated and repeat as national champions.
The 65 points
scored by Georgia are the most in a (BCS/College Football Playoff) championship game.
TCU came in as a huge underdog and the team had no answer for Georgia.
After the kickoff, Georgia stopped TCU's opening drive, and then scored first with a 21-yard rushing touchdown by senior quarterback Stetson Bennett.
The Bulldogs marched down the field in less than three minutes slicing through TCU's defense.
UGA forced a fumble on the Horned Frogs next offensive effort and the turnover led to another Georgia score
a 24-yard field goal to go up 10-0 midway through the 1st quarter.
But third-ranked TCU answered on its next drive. Quarterback Max Duggan marched the Horned Frogs 75-yards for a score.
Like the Georgia QB, Duggan, the Heisman runner-up, rushed for a touchdown to cut the Bulldog lead to 10-7.
It would be TCU's only points of the game.
Georgia responded right away with a 37-yard Bennett touchdown pass to extend the lead to 17-7.
The Bulldog defense stopped TCU on its next series and then marched 92-yards for another Stetson Bennett rushing touchdown for a 24-7 Georgia lead in the second quarter.