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2021 National Champions. Narrative around UGA, Response to podcast.

MaxMax Posts: 93 ✭✭✭ Junior

On the NC narrative, yes 2021 is a great opportunity. But, with the massive improvements Kirby/ UGA admin have made to the program, I'm convinced it will happen and probably more than 1. It may not be 2021, as everyone knows you need a couple breaks along the way, free from injuries, etc. I remember Dabo at Clemson. For many years, they'd lose 1 - 4 games they shouldn't (remember the old saying, "Clemsoning") - to the point that many Clemson people wanted him fired. Everyone knows what happened. They stuck with him, they broke through, and now (unfortunately), they won't go away. Of course a big help to them every year, is playing in the ACC. Very similar to tOSU in Big10. Both are almost guaranteed a playoff spot every year. If UGA moved to the ACC (which I am in favor of), we'd make many more playoffs. And the more you are in playoff, the greater your chances of winning a NC.

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