The Georgia Bulldogs are heading into the next college football season with high hopes after defeating Cincinnati in the Peach Bowl this past season. They are among a handful of teams that have a clear-cut shot to take home the College Football Playoff National Championship in 2021.
College football is built on recruiting the top high school players from across the country each and every season and Georgia did was able to shine in that area this offseason. They now currently have the third-best odds (+450) to win it all next season, according to future odds from FanDuel Sportsbook.
Georgia Bulldogs National Championship Odds
Georgia only trails the defending champion Alabama Crimson Tide and the powerhouse Clemson Tigers in the odds. Alabama's odds jumped from +350 to +250 following National Signing Day, while Clemson remained at the same odds (+400) and Georgia dipped down slightly from +400.
Georgia's recruiting class ranked No. 3 in the country, per 247Sports. It is bolstered by four 5-star recruits and also features an impressive 11 4-star recruits. These players will allow Georgia to have the depth and talent necessary to stay competitive in the college football scene.
Georgia enters next season led by a Heisman Trophy candidate in quarterback JT Daniels and a hungry and aggressive defense that they have been known to have. If they can keep the positive momentum going, it isn't out of the question that the Bulldogs can return to the College Football Playoffs next season as SEC champions.
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