Going into December, Georgia football has a perfect 12-0 record. They are also ranked No. 1 in the nation, have a date with Alabama in the SEC Championship, and look to be a lock for the College Football Playoff regardless of what happens in that game.
To say Dawg nation has been waiting for this type of season for a long time would be an understatement. Georgia has not finished 12-0 since 1980, which of course is the last time they won the national championship. The Dawgs finished their conference record a perfect 8-0, another first since the conference was divided into divisions.
Of all the Georgia teams in recent memory, this team looks like the one to break the curse and finally bring the Dawgs and the state of Georgia its long-coveted title. Heck, the Atlanta Braves did it, why not the Dawgs too?
Georgia Football is on the top of the list of what so many are grateful for this year as it should be.
Head coach Kirby Smart and his staff have made the call to be elite, and these Dawgs have answered in every game this year.
They’ve prepared all season long for this moment, staying focused and suffocating teams. Georgia delivered three shutouts and 12 straight games of beating down opponents by at least 17 points.
Elite is what they call this team, and rightfully so, but they should also be known as special. This team isn’t like any other in college football, and by now we know why. They love each other and play as one.
There is so much Georgia fans have to be grateful for this season, both on offense, defense, and even with coaching. Here are three things, and people, we should all be grateful for this year.