Georgia put an exclamation level on a first-half bulldozing of TCU within the first half of the College Football National Championship on Monday night time.
Bulldogs quarterback Stetson Bennett discovered huge receiver Adonai Mitchell for a 22-yard landing move with about 26 seconds left within the half. Mitchell caught the ball with one hand and took it away from TCU cornerback Josh Newton for the rating.
The play caught the eye of social media.
Georgia took a 38-7 lead into the half as they appear to win back-to-back nationwide championships. The Bulldogs narrowly defeated Ohio State to get to the ultimate and TCU defeated Michigan.
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Georgia received out of the gate sturdy with 17 first-quarter factors. Bennett had 4 whole touchdowns within the first half – two passing and two speeding. He was 14 of 17 with 213 passing yards. He added 39 yards on the bottom.
Brock Bowers led Georgia with 5 catches for 102 yards. Ladd McConkey and Mitchell every had landing catches. McConkey had 4 catches for 74 yards. Mitchell solely had the one catch.
Georgia held TCU to only 121 whole yards on offense. Max Duggan was 8 of 12 with 97 passing yards and two interceptions. He had a speeding landing – the Horned Frogs’ solely rating of the half.