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Georgia Cheerleaders’ Photos Cause A Stir Before Title Game

Georgia Cheerleaders’ Photos Cause A Stir Before Title Game

Repeating as champions in college football is incredibly difficult.

Obviously programs like Alabama and Clemson have spent the past decade making it seem like returning to the National Title Game year after year after year is easy, but it isn’t.

The fact that the Bulldogs found themselves competing for a second consecutive championship a mere year after winning it in 2022 is an accomplishment worthy of recognition.

A big reason why Georgia has been so formidable over the past season is that everyone involved with the program is extremely consistent. The players. The coaches. The cheerleaders. Everyone.

This week, Georgia’s cheerleading squad published a series of photos on social media. To say that fans absolutely loved them would be an understatement.

“Go Georgia bulldogs beat TCU,” one fan wrote.

“Go Dawgs,” another fan added.

Suggesting that Georgia loves its cheerleaders would be underselling it. Just look at the engagement their posts always get:

The support system that Georgia’s players have in place for them is next level. Obviously a lot has been said about quarterback Stetson Bennett and his girlfriend, but the same general sentiment applies across the board.

All the players have a large group of people rooting for them every step of the way.

TCU will present a tough test. The Horned Frogs haven’t played for a title since 1938, so if this squad is competing for one, you know they are formidable. Quarterback Max Duggan was a very legitimate contender for the Heisman this year and he will undoubtedly put Georgia’s defense to work.

On paper, the Bulldogs have more talent. They should become the first team in a decade to go back-to-back, particularly if Bennett can exploit TCU’s spotty defense in the way he should.

But nothing is guaranteed in college football.

Last week, an Ohio State fan went mega-viral over her stunned reaction to the Peach Bowl.

Chances are, something similar will happen on Monday night.

Will Georgia’s players and cheerleaders get the opportunity to celebrate another National Championship when everything is said and done?

An answer one way or the other should emerge soon enough.

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Charles Kruger

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