Can LSU beat Georgia in 2023?

The 2022 season at LSU was a huge success. The Tigers beat Alabama, won ten games, and took first place in the West Division. Check, check, check.

But there was a clear obstacle that the team couldn’t get over, and it was in Athens, Georgia. Kirby Smart’s team at UGA is having one of its best stretches in recent memory. The Bulldogs have won back-to-back national titles and don’t look like they’re going to stop any time soon.

This team is very good at finding new players, so even when a lot of players leave for the NFL draught each season, they are able to replace them. Everyone else in the league, including the Crimson Tide, is trying to catch up right now.

But Brian Kelly has done a lot of great work at LSU in a short amount of time. In 2023, he brings back a lot of important pieces and adds veterans through the transfer portal, where he doesn’t.

This team is expected to improve, and ESPN’s Heather Dinich said that the Tigers are one of four teams that have the best chance of beating the Bulldogs next fall. The other three are Alabama, Ohio State, and Tennessee.

Dinich points out that the two teams aren’t going to play each other in the fall, so the only time they could meet would be in the SEC Championship. A rematch of the game from last year might go differently this time, especially since the Bulldogs have their own questions.

Even so, if LSU wants to be in the College Football Playoff, which it should if it has this team, it will probably need to win the SEC, at least until the CFP field grows to 12 teams in 2024.

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