Georgia football has put together one of its best seasons in history, regardless of the Alabama game. While that loss still stings most of the Dawg nation, the fans must remember how good this team has been throughout the season.
We’ve said it before, but one loss does not define a team or a season. Just like failing one test doesn’t necessarily mean you flunk the class, you study harder next time.
Georgia has been one of the most unstoppable teams, beating four-ranked opponents, three of which were in the top 11 at the time.
The Dawgs have done a tremendous job this season, and their grading reflects that. While some of the grades dropped because of that Alabama game, there are far more good things to note than bad.
Georgia football gets high grading on their report card ahead of the College Football Playoffs.
Through 13 games, The Dawgs won 12 by 17 points and 10 games by at least 24 points. Georgia was doing something right, and those games count just as much as the Alabama one.
The loss just bumps down the averages a few notches, and that’s okay. With at least one game to play, the grades can get back up to what the fans expect.
Georgia still has one of the best defenses in the country, an offense full of playmakers that can put up points and a special teams unit that consists of the best punter in college football.
The Dawgs still control their destiny, and with so much time in between games, they have plenty of time to work on things and improve off their mistakes made during the Alabama game.
After going over the season and each of the Dawgs’ performances, here is Georgia’s report card ahead of the College Football Playoffs.