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#1 Georgia beat TCU 65-7 to win second title in a row

INGLEWOOD, Calif. (AP) — Stetson Bennet chuckled wryly as he walked off the field, stopping to hug trainer Kirby Smart as the crowd roared.

In the fourth quarter of college football’s most lopsided title game, it was all cheers and appetizers.

With a resolute and stunning feat, Georgia became the first team to repeat the college football playoff national championship and left no doubt that the Dougies were the new hooligans in the area.

Bennett threw two touchdown passes and scored two goals — in the first half — as No. 1 Georgia thrashed No. 3 TCU 65-7 on Monday night.

The Bulldogs (15-0) became the first multiple champions in major college football since Alabama back-to-back a decade ago. It appears that a new dynasty has emerged from the Southeastern Conference.

“We wanted our kids to play without fear,” Smart said. “I’ve been telling them all year, I’ve been saying, ‘We’re not being hunted, guys, we’re being hunted, and the hunting season is almost over. We only have one more chance to hunt, and we hunted tonight.”



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