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  With one overwhelming half at the Orange Bowl, No. 3 Georgia showed that a humbling loss to Alabama did not break the Bulldogs. In fact, it might have made them even stronger. Stetson Bennett threw three touchdown passes, Nakobe Dean led an angry defense and Georgia returned to its dominant ways, beating No. 2 Michigan 34-11 on Friday night to advance to the College Football Playoff championship. "Answered a million questions about our team, bouncing back and how you played," Georgia coach Kirby Smart said. "We've got a lot of high-character guys on this team and they played their tail off today." Georgia (13-1) earned a rematch with Southeastern Conference nemesis Alabama (13-1) in the title game Jan. 10 in Indianapolis.

It was 27 days ago the Crimson Tide rolled through the Bulldogs, shattering their air of invincibility after a 12-0 regular season in which they were hardly challenged. "All our guys did was work," Smart said about how they responded to the loss and three weeks of being asked what went wrong. The Bulldogs quickly answered any questions about whether the damage from that 41-24 setback would linger. Georgia became the first team in the eight-year history of the CFP to score on each of its first five possessions and led 27-3 at halftime. "We knew we were better than what we showed that last game," Bennett said. - Georgia/AP College Football


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