Georgia football: 3 early predictions for the exciting Orange Bowl

Ladd McConkey reacts to scoring a touchdown. (Photo by Kevin C. Cox/Getty Images)
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Georgia football and Michigan will find a way to play this ball game

The last couple of days have shown how quickly things can happen with COVID-related things, and it can be downright scary.

If a major outbreak happens, the game may not happen at all, and that wouldn’t be how any team would want to end the season.

The College Football Playoff committed announced Wednesday afternoon a national champion could get crowned by forfeit.

So if a team cannot field a team, they will have to forfeit the game. If three of the four cannot play, technically, the last team standing wins it all. Now that would be a crappy way to win a national championship, and no team should be desperate enough to want to win it like that — not even Georgia.

The Dawgs need to isolate everyone and monitor where their guys are going. They need to find a way to get everyone the booster and do the necessary thing to get their shot at playing for another national championship.

Alabama and Georgia both have cases, and Michigan is doing a team booster. Cincinnati hasn’t had any issues yet and seems to be taking the necessary precautions.

We think the Wolverines and the Dawgs will do whatever it takes to play this game. At the same time, they won’t do anything that would put the players in jeopardy either. Hopefully, everything will get back on track, and everyone gets to finish the year.

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Georgia football may have some more things to overcome, but there is still plenty of time to make sure everything goes how they need it to so the Dawgs and Wolverines can play on Dec. 31.