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Chick-fil-A Peach Bowl: 

The 13-0 SEC champion, 1st-ranked Georgia Bulldogs will face the 4th-ranked Ohio State Buckeyes, in the CFP Semifinals at the Chick-fil-A Peach Bowl. The Georgia Bulldogs are the reigning national champions and are looking to become back-to-back national champions. On the other hand, the Ohio State Buckeyes are looking to avenge not making the CFP last season and their loss to Michigan in the last week of the regular season, by making the national championship. The Georgia Bulldogs have one of the best offenses in the country, led by Stetson Bennett, who placed 4th in the Heisman Trophy voting. To help Stetson Bennett, Georgia has the best tight end duo in the country, of Brock Bowers, who won the Jack Mackey Award, which is given to the best tight end in the country, and Darnell Washington. Georgia also has a great running back trio, in Kenny McIntosh, Daijun Edwards, and Kendall Milton, in which they try to wear teams down with. The Georgia offense will have to face a very good Ohio State offense that is a little inconsistent, but could still stop both the run and the pass. Ohio State will need to focus on stopping the incredible Georgia tight ends, and they will also need to not get worn down by the offense of the Bulldogs, as that could lead to big plays for Georgia. On the other hand, Ohio State's offense is very balanced, as they have one of the best passing offenses in the country, led by C.J. Stroud, who placed 3rd in Heisman Trophy voting. C.J. Stroud is helped by one of the best receiving cores in the country, as they have Marvin Harrison Jr., who was a Biletnikoff Award finalist, and they have Emeka Egbuka, who is also one of the premier receivers in the country. Ohio State also has a good running game, with Miyan Williams, and Dallan Hayden. However, Ohio State has to face one of if not the best defenses in the country. Georgia has the best run defense in the country, as they have an amazing front 7. Georgia also does a great job pressuring opposing quarterbacks, with their amazing front 7. The Georgia secondary is good, as they have some great players, such as Kelee Ringo and Christopher Smith, but the Georgia secondary needs to step up against the great Ohio State receiving core and create turnovers. Georgia also needs to not give up on any play on defense, as C.J. Stroud and Marvin Harrison Jr. could turn nothing into something.

Prediction: Georgia wins 38-24