Kirby Smart had his biggest fan in the building as Georgia dismantled TCU on Monday night to clinch the program’s 2nd straight national championship.

Smart’s wife Mary Beth, a fellow UGA grad and a star with the women’s basketball program, was on hand in Jan. 2022 as the Dawgs topped Alabama in Indianapolis for their first championship since 1980. A year later, with the team taking on TCU on Monday in Los Angeles, there was barely any drama to speak of as Georgia raced to a 38-7 halftime lead en route to a 65-7 laughter at SoFi Stadium.

“I’m just extremely proud of him and these players and the staff, but you know especially for him, he’s my husband and I see what he does behind the scenes, the sacrifices and how hard he works,” Mary Beth Smart told WXIA-TV’s Maria Martin after the game.

The mother of 3 brought up her son, Andrew, as someone who has truly enjoyed the experience. Kirby Smart, in his postgame press conference, mentioned that the 10-year-old was crying before the game because of the pending departure of Stetson Bennett, who accounted for 6 of the Bulldogs’ touchdowns and was named the game’s Most Outstanding Player.

“We couldn’t keep Andrew away from it if we tried. He loves it, and I know it’s special for him, it’s special for Kirby and it makes it just that much sweeter,” Mary Beth Smart said.