College football has been buzzing about Georgia’s 23-17 win over Notre Dame.

It was the best environment perhaps in college football history, as the Dawgs brought out the LED lights and added extra seating. The crowd added a huge element to the game, too, as Notre Dame was called for 12 penalties.

Georgia played it rather close to the vest on offense. The play-calling could be called conservative, but in the end, it didn’t matter. The Bulldogs were just too strong for the Irish.

Tim Tebow came away unimpressed with Georgia, and he explained his reasoning this week on ESPN.

“…[H]onestly, I was very unimpressed with Georgia, and here’s why: I thought they were so conservative on offense,” Tebow said. “And their new offensive coordinator, it was his first big game as an offensive coordinator for Georgia, so I think he’ll improve. I think they would open it up. I think they really hamstring Jake Fromm and some of these running backs, especially D’Andre Swift. Instead of opening it up and going for the win, they knew they were the better team and played conservative, so I was very unimpressed with Georgia. If they want to win the title this year, they’re going to have to spread it out and be more aggressive and go for broke rather than understanding they have a talented team and playing conservative.”

Georgia has the week off before traveling to Tennessee next Saturday night.

You can watch Tebow’s full comments below: