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Bols: Georgia is officially in full dynasty uniform with fiery trainer Kirby Smart

  • Georgia beats TCU for the title, motivated by Kirby Smart’s fiery rhetoric that won’t work in Texas.
  • Texas AD Chris Del Conte has dismissed John Calipari’s move to the Longhorns and looks to give Rodney Terry the promotion he deserves.
  • Austin Country Club and PGA Tour are at odds in talks to renew their deal to host the WGC-Dell Match Play tournament.

So far I understand you, here are nine things and one crazy prediction:

1. Any questions? Wow. The breakthrough in Georgia on Monday night was so impressive and completed the national championship like never before. The 65-7 rout was just total domination. The Bulldogs gained 589 yards — a record 401 more yards than TCU — with 32 first downs, averaging 8.2 yards per game, and ended any tension in the first half. Or the first quarter. And know that no team has ever won three national championships in a row. Georgia is just rebooting. … Is there room for two dynasties or is Alabama forever surpassed? We know that the Crimson Tide will not disappear. I’ll be stunned if Georgia doesn’t become the #1 preseason team in August. … According to betonline.ag, Texas is one of seven favorites to win next season’s championship. Of course, Georgia (3/1) and Alabama (15/4) are the favorites, followed, as you might expect, by Ohio, Michigan, Notre Dame, Penn State, and then your Longhorns (18/1). The Horns and Nittany Lions have the same betting line. TCU is in ninth place with Clemson, Kansas State and Oklahoma in 13th at 40/1 and Texas A&M is in 16th at 50/1. … Did you watch Kirby Smart’s pep talk before the game? Well, not exactly a pep talk. Declaration of war. Not for the faint of heart. It was heated and full of swearing, which in Texas (yes, even with two national titles) would not be very good. UT Athletic Director Chris Del Conte wrote to Longhorn Nation in his monthly letter: “I reminded (coaches) that the Eyes of Texas are always on us – on and off the field. It is a privilege to work at UT, and because of this bright light and huge platform, our actions and behavior are closely watched.” He must have been referring to the firing of Chris Byrd after his arrest for domestic violence, as well as incidents such as Steve Sarkeesian’s angry reaction to an employee in the Alamodome Tunnel before the game and Mike White’s shooting of a bird at the Big 12 softball championship. his trainers have been warned. The tower is always watching.

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