Georgia Football: Best Program in Recent History* (video)

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Dec 30, 2014; Charlotte, NC, USA; Georgia Bulldogs running back Nick Chubb (27) stiff arms Louisville Cardinals cornerback Terell Floyd (19) during the first quarter of the Belk Bowl held at Bank of America Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Jeremy Brevard-USA TODAY Sports

So, those are Georgia’s 3 National Championships, hypothetically. Three titles in 10 years would be a huge feat, firmly planting Georgia amongst the top programs in all of college football. You could even make cases for the 2013 and 2014 teams winning the natty had a few more dice rolled their way, but they’re both bigger stretches than the three above, especially the 2013 one. But if you ever wanna talk to me about how the 2013 team was almost National Champs, I’d be happy to.

We are now heading into the 2015 season, and it’s only July, but I feel really good about the Dawgs’ chances. Georgia is the most talented team in the SEC East, and what with Missouri most likely not being as good as  they were the past two seasons, and Tennessee not yet being good enough to win the division, the Dawgs should be heading back to the Atlanta for the first time since the fateful December Saturday in 2012. Couple that with the fact that the SEC West has the most parity it has ever seen, which means its champion being very worn down by the time the Championship Game rolls around, and I believe the Dawgs will win their first *actual* conference title since 2005.

My prediction is after the SEC Championship Game the Dawgs will be 12-1 and the owners of one of four playoff seeds.

So, DawgNation, get ready, ’cause in 2015, Georgia will win a national title, and it won’t be hypothetical.

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