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Shaq Eats Frog Legs After Georgia Throttles TCU In National Championship

January 15, 2023
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LOS ANGELESGeorgia Bulldogs and coach Kirby Smart have gone back to back as the champions of college football. The No. 1 Dawgs beat the TCU Horned Frogs in the 2023 College Football Playoff National Championship Game in Los Angeles Monday night. 

TNT’s Inside the NBA analyst, Hall of Fame center Shaquille O’Neal, made a small bet with Georgia Bulldog alum and host Ernie Johnson before the championship game.

Shaq said that if Georgia beats TCU, he’ll eat frog legs on the set.

Now, Shaq is a man of his words.

The big man ate the frog legs on national television after losing the bet. Ernie Johnson, wearing a Bulldog helmet, came out to deliver the frog legs himself.

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NEWS and NOTES from Georgia’s championship win...

Historic Success: With its 65-7 win over No. 3 TCU, Georgia (15-0) captured its fourth national championship and became the first team to win back-to-back titles in the CFP era. The only other teams to win two straight titles since 1990 have been Nebraska (1994-95), USC (2003-04) and Alabama (2011-12). 

*Georgia secured its 868th all-time win, good for ninth place for Most Wins in FBS history. Georgia began this season 11th, moving past USC and Tenn.

*The 2022 senior class concludes its career with a school record 49-5 mark and two national championships.

*The Bulldogs are one of only three FBS teams in the modern era to finish a season a school record 15-0, joining Clemson (2018) and LSU (2019).

*The Bulldogs have tied the school record for consecutive wins with 17 straight going back to last season’s CFP semifinal/Capital One Orange Bowl win over No. 2 Michigan.  From 1945-47, Georgia had a stretch where it won 17 games in a row.

*The Bulldogs are now 5-1 in the CFP under Kirby Smart including 2-1 in CFP National Championship Games. 

 

 
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