Georgia head coach Kirby Smart cautioned his gamers to “stay hungry” after turning into back-to-back nationwide champions with a 65-7 rout of TCU Monday night time.
During the title recreation, some Bulldogs fairly actually confirmed simply how hungry they have been.
Videos posted to social media appeared to indicate Georgia operating again Kendall Milton strolling over to a gaggle of followers at SoFi Stadium that have been field-level late within the fourth quarter and grabbing a plate of meals.
Milton headed again to the bench to share what appeared like a plate of wings with a number of of his teammates.
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The sideline feast could have been ill-received by TCU followers, however Georgia followers have been seemingly already celebrating because the lopsided recreation entered halftime 35-7 in favor of the reigning nationwide champions.
“We wanted our kids to play without fear,” Smart mentioned after the sport. “All year I told them, I said, ‘We ain’t getting hunted guys. We’re doing the hunting, and hunting season’s almost over. We’ve only got one more chance to hunt.’ And we hunted tonight.”
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Quarterback Stetson Bennett threw two landing passes and ran for 2 extra scores earlier than getting a curtain name late within the fourth quarter in what was his closing faculty recreation.
“That was special,” Bennett mentioned after the sport. “I’ll remember that for the rest of my life.”
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Smart didn’t wish to discuss a three-peat, however he did discuss concerning the greatest problem going into the 2023 season.
“The minute you think you’re entitled to winning games and you don’t have to work hard — [TCU Coach Sonny Dykes] and I were talking about it — the uphill battle for those guys is you think that you just inherit success, and I personally think next year’s going to be a much, much more difficult challenge over this year because we had so many guys leaving last year,” Smart mentioned.
“The disease that creeps into your program is called entitlement, and I’ve seen it firsthand. And if you can stomp it out with leadership, then you can stay hungry.”