Live updates, results, analysis, and injury news for the 2023 National Championship Game between Georgia football and TCU
USA News blog: Los Angeles, CA On Monday, January 9, Georgia football will play TCU in the 2023 National Championship Game. You can discover details on the result, injury reports, live updates, and more below.
Georgia is 14-0 and just defeated Ohio State 42-41.
In order to reach Los Angeles, TCU defeated Michigan 51–45. A fourth-quarter live score and analysis for the 2023 National Championship Game between Georgia football and TCU
TCU 7 vs. Georgia 65 at 7:23
Branson Robinson is the third Bulldog to have multiple touchdowns, following Stetson Bennett and Ladd McConkey.
The bulky rookie ran into the end zone on the first play of the drive for Georgia’s fifth rushing touchdown.
LiveUpdated at 10:45 p.m. on January 9, 2023. On TCU’s first drive, Georgia stopped them for a three-and-out, and the Bulldogs quickly scored on their first possession.
They covered 57 yards in five plays, with Stetson Bennett’s 21-yard touchdown run serving as the culmination.
The second drive for TCU also didn’t go as expected. On a brief run, senior receiver Derius Davis mishandled the ball, which the Bulldogs were able to recover. Georgia converted the turnover into a field goal, increasing their advantage against the defending champions to 10-0.
The Frogs’ next drive had one goal in mind: redemption.
Late in the first quarter, QB Max Duggan connected with a wide-open Davis for a 60-yard gain to advance the chains and bring TCU close to the end zone.
The Bulldogs might become only the sixth school to repeat as national champions, making them the first team to do so in ten years.
The Horned Frogs would be one of the most unlikely teams to win a national championship in the modern age of the sport and would be the school’s first football championship since 1938 with another upset in the playoff.
Throughout the night’s match between Georgia and TCU, USA TODAY Sports will give live updates, the most recent news, analysis, and scene updates.
Stetson Bennett has completed his night and his career.
Kirby Smart took his senior quarterback out of the game for a curtain call with 13:25 remaining in the fourth quarter and his team dominating 52-7.
Bennett will triumph, and his career will end.
Instead of being a title match between two evenly matched opponents, the first half of the College Football Playoff National Championship Game felt more like Georgia’s coronation.
Stetson Bennett and Javon Bullard, the two Peach Bowl MVPs, both had outstanding first half for Georgia. Stetson Bennett broke the Georgia single-season record while throwing for 213 yards and two touchdowns.
On their way to a 31-point advantage, the Bulldogs were unrelenting on both sides of the ball, averaging 9.3 yards per play. Georgia’s defence went after Max Duggan, the TCU quarterback, sacking him three times and intercepting him twice. Read the full news