It was a strange weekend in college football with several upsets and close calls, but one thing that didn’t change was the dominance of the Georgia Bulldogs.

The Bulldogs dominated Missouri Saturday 43-6 and so far this season has shown very little weakness.

When asked on ESPN’s “College Football Podcast” if this was a good thing, ESPN college football analyst Paul Finebaum thinks Georgia’s dominance is not bad for the sport.

“I think it’s good,” he said. “I think the historians will write, maybe sooner than later, that this year is in many ways a reaction to last year. It was more noticeable early on where players were unfamiliar with the big crowds and they were not reacting and now I think it’s literally mass chaos. I think you’re having a lot of effects of the (transfer) portal, injuries, I can’t remember as many players out for games as this year. These are all things we can figure out some other time.”

Finebaum continued.

“It has created a lot of chaos and there’s interestingly one super team, we’ve had that before, it’s usually Alabama or Clemson,” he said. “On top of all that it was noteworthy that surprisingly no one, the ACC was officially eliminated from the Playoffs yesterday for really the first time since 2012. Even in ’13 before the Playoff, Florida State played for the title and won, and it’s something to note because that league has had a run.”

Georgia has been a unanimous No. 1 since Alabama dropped out of the No. 1 position after losing to Texas A&M.