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The five most pressing questions in college football after the third week

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Georgia quarterback Stetson Bennett. (Jeff Blake-USA Today Sports)

After three weeks of asking about college football, we started wondering if Georgia could be defeated, whether Notre Dame needed a new coach and more.

The 2022 college football season came out fast and didn’t slow down.

The College Football playoff race is just beginning to roll, surprise teams come out on top and the already anticipated contenders have fallen behind.

So what are the questions we’ve all been thinking about for three weeks?

The five most pressing questions in college football after the third week

Is anyone approaching Georgia?

Georgia beat South Carolina 48-7 to continue its inevitable run to the college football game.

The Gamecocks aren’t one of the best in the world, but beating any SEC team with this score is a good thing. All the Bulldogs had to do was take an interest in the business and they did just that.

The game that really said all about Georgia’s dominance wasn’t in Colombia. It was in Eugene, Oregon.

The Oregon Ducks dropped out of the rankings after the Bulldogs knocked them down in the season opener, but they proved they were still a good team by hitting their No. 12 BYU, 41-20. This is the BYU team that beat Big-12 champion Baylor the previous week.

The more games Oregon wins, the better Georgia looks. We started the season by saying that Level 1 in college football includes Alabama, Ohio State, and UGA. Three weeks later, the Bulldogs are in a class of their own and nowhere near.

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