Georgia Football will face TCU in the 2023 National Championship Game. Below you can find live game updates, practice notes, and injury news.
Georgia is 14-0 and TCU is 13-1. The bout he will be in Los Angeles on January 9th.
Georgia Football – TCU Live Update, 2023 National Championship Game Practice Notes
Dec 3: 11:30 am Update: Georgia coach Kirby Smart, quarterback Stetson Bennett and defensive back Javon Bullard will hold a press conference at 12:30 p.m.
With one final college football game left in the 2022 college football season, Georgia will be in the 2023 National Championship Game as the Bulldogs face TCU.
The Bulldogs got here after beating Ohio State 42-41 in the Peach Bowl. Meanwhile, TCU defeated Michigan in the Fiesta Bowl. Both games were thrillers, but the Bulldogs made it clear they needed to play better to beat TCU.
Kirby Smart said, “If you want a chance to win a national championship, you have to play much better football than you did tonight. You have to maintain your resilience and composure.”
The last time Georgia and TCU met was at the 2016 Liberty Bowl, where the Bulldogs won 31-23. It marked the end of Smart’s first season in Georgia.
The Horned Frogs are led by Heisman Trophy finalist Max Duggan at the quarterback position. He performed brilliantly under his first year head coach Sonny Dykes.
TCU also has the nation’s top wide receiver in Quentin Johnston, who earned MVP honors at the Fiesta Bowl. Considering how hard Georgia had to defend Marvin Harrison Jr. in Ohio State’s victory, the Bulldogs will want to do their best to defend TCU’s offense.
Georgia is aiming to become the first team to win back-to-back national championships since Alabama won the 2011 and 2012 seasons. The Bulldogs are 14-0 on the season and over the past two years he’s 28-1.
Georgia Football Injury Report for 2023 National Championship Game
- Andrew Paul (knee, out)
- CJ Washington (neck, out)
- Dan Jackson (legs, out)
- Ernest Green (back, out)
- Drew Bobo (labrum, out)
- CJ Smith (ankle, out)
- Nolan Smith (peck, out)
- Chaz Chambliss (knee, questionable)
- Darnell Washington (ankle, doubtful
- Warren McLendon (knee, questionable)
- De’Nylon Morrissette (knee/hamstring, questionable)
- Rudd McConkie (knee, probably)
- Marvin Jones Jr. (ankle, probably)
- AD Mitchell (ankle, probably)
- Tate Rutledge (shoulder, presumably)
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