Georgia football and its fans are still celebrating Monday’s euphoric victory over Alabama in the CFP National Championship. This victory ended decades of heartbreak and disappointment that Dawg nation has dealt with throughout history.
Plays and moments of this game will be watched and re-watched until the rest of time. Generations of fans will remember the names of the players and coaches who helped Georgia become kings of college football in 2021, and deservedly so.
Once all the confetti gets cleaned up, Georgia coaches will get back to work recruiting across the country and preparing for the 2022 regular season.
Georgia football is still celebrating its national championship win, but the 2022 regular season will be here before you know it.
For Georgia to achieve its championship goals, they have to perform in the regular season which is something the Dawgs excelled at in 2021.
Thanks to their dominant efforts in the regular season, the Dawgs got to Miami and then to Indianapolis. They went 12-0, averaging 40.6 points per game on offense and allowing just 6.3 points on defense during the regular season. Georgia finished averaging 38.6 points and giving up 10.2 points on defense after going 14-1 on the year.
That dominance alone secured Georgia a spot in the College Football Playoff despite what happened in the SEC Championship.
The 2022 regular season will feature some great matchups for Georgia. Of course, there are the traditional big games against Florida, Auburn, and Tennessee, but here are three opponents who will give Georgia a good game next year.