Georgia soccer fans can rest comfortably — at least for a week — because the No. 3 Bulldogs didn't look like they'd lost their championship form in a one-sided win over the No. 11 Oregon Ducks.
Oregon offensive coordinator Kenny Dillingam took a no-hurdle, fast-paced offense to open the game, and while there were few pockets of success, Georgia's
The apparently pro-Georgia crowd at Atlanta's Mercedes-Benz Stadium made things difficult for an Oregon offense from the start of the game, and only intensified when the Dogs started putting it on the duck.
Facing his former team, Oregon head coach Dan Lanning had no answers for Stetson Bennett and Georgia offense, and the Bulldogs maintained high-power in general.
The appearance was showing outrage for Georgia fans when the Ducks scored a field goal on the board within just four minutes to play in the first half.
Rumours of Georgia's back room demise were greatly blown out of proportion. The bloodline is still strong thanks to the efforts of junior tailback Kenny McIntosh.
Georgia quarterback Stetson Bennett still hasn't won over a lot of Bulldog fans despite winning a lot of games and... Oh yes... A national championship.
While Oregon may have been ranked a little too high as No. 11 in the season's first AP poll, it was a quality FBS team led by a former Georgia rescue team.