UGA’s ‘unfinished business’ begins with Clemson football
The 2020 College Football season officially has come to a close with the National Championship conclusion, but it didn’t include Clemson football.
The Tigers lost to the Ohio State Buckeyes 49-28 in the CFB Playoff semifinals and were forced to watch the championship game from home.
Now, we have officially entered the 2021 offseason and that means everyone starts with a blank slate.
The team that looks forward to a blank slate potentially more than any other each offseason? The Georgia Bulldogs.
Even though Georgia hasn’t won a National Championship since 1980 and the Bulldogs have made the CFB Playoff just one time in their school’s history, Bulldog fans are always claiming that ‘they’re back’ and that ‘this will be their year.’ We are already seeing those sentiments playing out here nearly eight months away from the start of the season.
Clemson football will be quite the task for a Georgia team with ‘unfinished business’ to start the 2021 season
At this point, a total of five underclassmen who could’ve entered the NFL Draft have decided to come back for one more season, according to the Atlanta Journal Constitution.
All of them when announcing their return have had the same theme: Unfinished business.
Georgia finished with an 8-2 record overall (second in the SEC East) and capped off the year with a come-from-behind victory over the Cincinnati Bearcats in the Chick-fil-A Peach Bowl.
The obvious goal of that program is to become contenders for a National Championship and we all know that begins with Clemson football later this fall.
The Tigers and Bulldogs are scheduled to open the 2021 season in Bank of America Stadium in Charlotte for a neutral-site rivalry matchup. We haven’t seen the two teams play since 2014 when they matched up in Athens.