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Across three weeks of the college football season, there’s Georgia football and everyone else.
Just a few weeks after September, the Georgia Bulldogs have clearly parted ways pack themselves as the best team in the country.
Kirby Smart’s defense builds on last year’s historic season, allowing just 3.3 points per game in the first three games of the season. And it’s not like they’re dominating with a cupcake schedule.
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In Week 1, Georgia beat Oregon 49-7, a team that had just beaten No. 12 BYU and dominated an SEC opponent in South Carolina in Week 3.
They are a giant, and Georgia’s next opponent is well aware of what awaits them.
“Everyone (scares me),” Kent State head coach Sean Lewis said Monday. “Here’s the thing, right? You said it. They’ve given up 10 points in three games. They’ve averaged 43 points offensively. I don’t think it’s an exaggeration to say it’s the greatest collection of talent that ever existed.” assembled on a football team because of the work that Coach Smart and his staff and the tireless, tireless effort they have put into building a program at an elite, elite level.”
“It’s a tremendous test. It’s a tremendous opportunity. They’re super talented.”
And it’s not just defense.
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Georgia’s offense ranks sixth in the country in yards per game (532.3) and is amassing 43.3 points per game.
Quarterback Stetson Bennett is back for his sixth and final year of eligibility after leading Georgia to the program’s first national title since 1980. Bennett has completed 65 of 88 passes for 952 yards, five touchdowns and zero interceptions.
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“They obviously saw something at Stetson Bennett,” Lewis continued. “So do we. We offered Stetson a scholarship when he was at that university and he chose to come back to Georgia. So we know how talented he is.”
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“His tight end, No. 19 [Brock Bowers], is a super freak. He was an All-American, and he’s not the only one. It’s a galactic collection of stars and talent from all over. There are future first-round picks everywhere.”
Kent State is 1-2 on the season with both losses to Power Five opponents Washington and Oklahoma.