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The Georgia Bulldogs opened the season ranked No. 3 in the Associated Press preseason Top 25 poll. The defending national champions reclaimed the No. 1 spot after defeating then-No. 1 Tennessee, 27-13, in Week 10 of the regular season and have remained in the top spot ever since. After Saturday’s come-from-behind, 42-41 win over No. 4 Ohio State in the Chick-fil-A Peach Bowl semifinal, the ...

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ATLANTA — They trailed by 14 points in each half. They led for 105 of the game’s 3,600 seconds. They were all but beaten … and then, yet again, they weren’t. A calendar year ruled by Georgia ticked into history with the Bulldogs unbeaten in 2022, and it’ll be a while before anyone beats them in 2023. Nothing against TCU, but the national championship game was staged here. Ohio State, the only ...

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CHICAGO — The college football postseason is down to one game, with next Monday’s Dawgs-versus-Frogs championship matchup between Georgia and TCU the only one remaining. Here’s what we learned after the 42 bowl games. — The semifinals made Saturday the greatest day in College Football Playoff history. If you weren’t a fan of Ohio State or Michigan, it was the most fun ever watching college ...

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ATLANTA — Georgia’s defense was dominated by Ohio State’s C.J. Stroud but made the final necessary stop in the final seconds of Saturday’s 42-41 victory in the Chick-fil-A Peach Bowl College Football Playoff semifinal at Mercedes-Benz Stadium. Because of the stop, No. 1 Georgia will get a chance to defend its title against No. 3 TCU in the CFP Championship game Jan. 9 in Inglewood, California. ...

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ATLANTA — Forgive family, friends and neighbors for being less than enthused by your New Year’s festivities. Double that forgiveness for any odd barking you hear from company, young and old. And finally, forgive the delirium throughout the evening by those with their attention elsewhere. It’s not the spiked eggnog. It’s college football. It’s Georgia trying to achieve something fans considered ...

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As you scroll through social media this week, there's a chance you'll see pictures of your friends, but re-imagined as celestial beings or cartoon-like characters. Perhaps you've even seen a few of the eye-catching portraits already -- or maybe you're grimacing at the notion of another viral trend hijacking your feed. Whether you're a fan or foe, the popular app behind the avatars is Lensa, and some users are voicing concerns about how much the portraits distort body shapes and skin color.

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