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Georgia vs. Clemson for the National Champions

law_dawg35law_dawg35 Posts: 1,066 ✭✭✭✭✭ Graduate
edited November 2019 in Off Topic

I think UGA will meet Clemson in the national championship game.

LSU and Ohio State are very good programs and im not taking anything away from them.

If you have ever played or coached football you know that there is a big difference between playing in a regular season game and playing in a playoff/championship game.

Ohio State also has a 1st year HC and 1st year starting QB in a high stakes atmosphere.

LSU is pretty much in that same boat with a terrible defense to boot.

There is no substitute for playoff experience and you cant over state the importance of that (ask Kirby).

UGA and Clemson have the talent, have the defense, and have the experience.

I think UGA has a good shot to win it all. If UGA gets past LSU they will have almost a month to get the offense in check. Clemson really hasn't been tested but i think there experience and talent gets them to the title game.

Should be fun....

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