Georgia Bulldogs Football Could Be In Big Trouble With The NCAA

Georgia football coach Kirby Smart

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There is no arguing that the Georgia Bulldogs have become the best program in college football. The Dawgs have gone a remarkable 29-1 the last two seasons with two SEC East titles, and SEC title, and two national championships.

Kirby Smart has built an absolute juggernaut in all aspects in Athens. Georgia recruits as well as anyone, and they seem bigger, stronger, and faster than anyone else. They have incredible depth, as well.

Georgia lost 15 players that were picked in the 2022 NFL Draft, and didn’t take a step back at all. It’s incredible to see what Kirby has built there, and they could be on the cusp of a real dynasty as they look to be the first college football team to three-peat in the AP Poll era.

But, it’s been a bad offseason for the Bulldogs. Offensive tackle Devin Willock and staffer Chandler LeCroy tragically passed away in a car accident just hours after the fanbase held their national title celebration back in January. And, recently, it came out that projected top-five pick Jalen Carter was driving another car at the time of the incident well over the speed limit and fled the scene.

They also lost esteemed offensive coordinator Todd Monken to the Baltimore Ravens. And, now, the program seemingly is facing an NCAA investigation.

Fans of programs around the country will be rejoicing at this news, as seemingly every program has had a recruit they thought they were going to get, only for Georgia to mysteriously secure the commitment a few days later. You can draw the conclusions from that how you wish.

It will be interesting how this plays out, and if the NCAA actually shows some teeth.