Is this too obvious? Oftentimes, the correct answer is the most obvious one. Georgia has won back-to-back national titles and while it may be easy to say the Bulldogs have already reached “dynasty” status, it’s fair to say they need more than this small sample size.
Alabama has been dominant in college football for over a decade and it’s fair to expect the same from Georgia, although the term “dynasty” is subjective.
Georgia is the easy choice to be the next Alabama because, well, it has been for the past two seasons while the Crimson Tide have faded into the “second-best team in the SEC” category. It’s not a horrible category to be in, but Nick Saban won’t be happy there.
The Bulldogs are losing Stetson Bennett after he led the program to back-to-back titles, but Georgia is going to reload this coming season at every position, including quarterback.
Georgia has been running the SEC for a couple of seasons now and with Kirby Smart becoming one of the best coaches in the country and recruiting at an elite level, that’s not going to change in the near future.
This program may already be a dynasty, but it’s one more title away from solidifying that distinction.