Georgia destroys Michigan, 34-11, in the CFP semi-finals at the Orange Bowl – archyde

The Georgia Bulldogs got off to a strong start and never looked back against Michigan on Friday night Wolverines in their College Football Playoff (CFP) semifinal game at the Orange Bowl in Florida.

Georgia took an early 14-0 lead in the first quarter. At halftime it was 27: 3. # 2 Michigan failed to launch an offensive as the Bulldogs marched repeatedly, and sometimes lightly, down the field on their way to a 34:11 win.

The pain for the Men in Blue continued into the second half when the Georgia defense smothered them. A crucial fumble derailed another attempt to get the Wolverines offensive rolling.

The Bulldogs’ biggest disappointment was a missed field goal towards the end of the third quarter, and that obviously didn’t matter to the result.

Michigan finally managed to add a touchdown at the end of the 4th quarter, but it was nowhere near enough to play a role.


Both teams went 12-1 into this matchup. No. 2 Michigan outperforms rival Ohio State to get the Big Ten title. It was the program’s biggest win under coach Jim Harbaugh.

The Wolverines end the 2021 season with an impressive 12-2 record and the school’s first trip to the college football playoffs on the books.

No. 3 Georgia (now 13-1) had lost their previous game against rival Alabama in the SEC championship, bringing the Crimson Tide to 1st place. But the Bulldogs now have their rematch against Alabama, which was at the fore No. 4 Cincinnati, 27-6, in the other CFP semifinals earlier on Friday.


The All-SEC National Championship game between No. 1 Alabama and No. 3 Georgia is scheduled for Monday, January 10, 2022 at 8:00 p.m. in Indianapolis.

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