After the Atlanta Braves finally broke the Georgia sports curse and won the World Series, things are looking up for Georgia football.
Is there any logic to that statement — nope, but as a 26-year-old who waited that long to see a championship come to one of their teams, then yes, the logic is there.
Time and time again, Georgia sports teams have fallen short in the major games, but in the last week, the Dawgs beat Florida as the No.1 team in the country, which hasn’t happened in 40-plus years and now 26 years since their last one, the Braves win a World Series.
There isn’t a person out there that could tell me otherwise because now that Atlanta has one, the Dawgs will get theirs.
After the Braves did it, the statement of “is this real” continued to sink back into my head. Usually, I’m dreaming, and when I get to this point, I wake up, but this time it wasn’t a dream. Nope, it’s the blunt reality that 2021 could finally be the year.
It’s the year of breaking streaks because Alabama lost to an unranked team, the Gators lost to Georgia when the Braves were in a World Series, Kentucky beat Florida at home, Auburn beat LSU in Baton Rouge, and now Georgia is next.
It must be true because as wild as this year has been, it only makes sense that the Dawgs would win a national title. Georgia would likely burn to the ground, with Truist Park and Sanford Stadium being the only two remaining buildings.
But it would be understandable because so many fans have waited years for a title to happen.
So buckle up Dawg fans, and if you’re not ready for it, get ready. The Georgia sports curse is no longer a thing, and the success will start rolling in because the Dawgs are next.
After waiting as long as we have, don’t listen to anyone say there is no logic to this situation because there doesn’t have to be. Enjoy the Braves win because things are bright for the state.