Bennett goes sideline in Q4 with Georgia leading TCU by a huge margin
Georgia Bulldogs won Monday’s event with an unbelievable margin of 65-7 while competing with the TCU Horned Frogs in the CFP National Championship. A major portion of the victory is credited to Stetson Bennett, who completed 18 of 25 passes for 304 yards and four touchdowns.
The job was done in the first quarter when the Bulldogs scored 17 points to the Frogs’ 7. The following quarters saw nothing coming from the Frogs; however, the Bulldogs kept widening the winning gap constantly for the final tally of 65.
A twist in the game happened when there were around 13 minutes left to end the game. Kirby Smart, the head coach, made the call to pull Bennett from the field. The margin at that time was 52-7, still sufficient to have a remarkable win over the opponents.
Bennett’s final appearance in the Georgia uniform was made memorable by fans who traveled all the way to Southern California. His departure was hailed with a standing ovation from the crowd and numerous hugs from his teammates and Smart, the head coach. Then, he enjoyed himself from the sidelines as the team extended their lead.
Carson Beck entered the field on his behalf. He went on to score two touchdowns in the remaining time as TCU’s defense held them to zero points.
Bennett is also credited with helping the team to its first national championship since 1980 in the championship game against Alabama last year. He was named offensive MVP at the time and has since been recognized for his contributions.
Max Duggan from TCU could take up to only 14/22 passes for 152 yards, zero touchdowns, and 2 interceptions.
Georgia has been victorious in each of its last five contests. As a consequence, TCU improved its record to 15-0 versus 13-2. Georgia’s prior competition was actually a close one, as their overall score gave them a one-point victory margin. The final score was 42-41 in favor of the Bulldogs, with Bennett throwing for 398 yards and three touchdowns on 23 of 24 passes.
Ohio looked to go strong until the third quarter. Georgia was able to restrict their play in the fourth quarter by not letting them cross 3 points, while the Bulldogs went on to put up the quarterly score to 18 making the odds in favor of them at many of the best football betting sites.
Bennett completed 10 of 18 passes for 140 yards and two touchdowns in Georgia’s 37-14 victory over Georgia Tech. Beck appeared to carry the ball until 3 yards for half a pass. Georgia dominated the remainder of the game after Georgia Tech lost the momentum it had in the first quarter.
Over all other games played thus far, the Bulldogs are likely to be remembered for Bennett’s last performance against TCU on Monday.