The Georgia Bulldogs have been on an impressive run for the past few seasons, but Lane Kiffin believes they have reached a different realm of elite after their loss to Ole Miss. The Bulldogs have been on a roll since the 2018 season, winning two SEC East titles, an SEC Championship and a College Football Playoff National Championship. However, Kiffin believes their loss to the Rebels put them in a whole new category.
“Georgia is now in a different realm than Alabama,” Kiffin said on ESPN’s College GameDay. “They’ve been in the top five for about four years straight and this was their first real loss. It was a hell of a bid, but it shows that Georgia is now in a different realm of elite.”
Kiffin’s comments come after Georgia was upset in the SEC Championship by Ole Miss, who had not appeared in the title game since 2003. The Bulldogs had won the conference title in each of the past two seasons, but the Rebels managed to pull off the shocking upset this year.
The loss was a major blow to the Bulldogs, who had been considered one of the top teams in the country. The defeat has cast doubt on Georgia’s ability to compete at the highest level. With the SEC Championship no longer in their grasp, the Bulldogs may be forced to look for ways to improve their performance in order to stay competitive.
The Bulldogs are not the only team that has been affected by the loss. Sports betting enthusiasts have taken notice of the defeat and are now questioning how the Bulldogs will fare in the upcoming season. With their defeat to Ole Miss, the Bulldogs have been put into a different realm of elite, one that could click with bettors who want to place a wager on the upcoming season.
Lane Kiffin’s comments have made it clear that Georgia is now in a different realm of elite, one that is far removed from the likes of Alabama. With the Bulldogs now looking to regain their footing, the upcoming season could be an interesting one for sports betting fans. Will the Bulldogs be able to bounce back and reclaim their place among the elite? Time will tell.