Georgia football has won back-to-back national championship games and lost just once in their past 30 games. A good chunk of those games weren’t even close either, including the Bulldogs’ 65-7 waxing of TCU this past season to cement a 2nd straight title.

And as SEC Network contributor and DawgNation writer Mike Griffith told Paul Finebaum Tuesday, head coach Kirby Smart won the title in 2022 despite losing tons of talent from Georgia’s historically dominant 2021 squad. Namely, their best running back, wide receiver, offensive lineman and an entire host of elite defensive players.

That was part of Griffith’s argument that Smart, right now, is a better head coach than Alabama’s Nick Saban. He doesn’t think it’s particularly close either, saying Georgia is now the new standard in CFB, enough to outdo Alabama’s recent decade of dominance.

Hear Griffith’s full argument below:

Griffith finished the interview by saying, “At some point, when do people say ‘Nick Saban might be slipping a little bit?’ Just a little bit.”

Be civil, Alabama fans.