No. 3 Michigan was feeling excited for their first-ever appearance in the College Football Playoff as they took on No. 2 Georgia in the Orange Bowl. Despite having their best season in a long time and relying on their great defense, Michigan is being absolutely dominated on both sides of the ball.

In the first half, Georgia outgained Michigan in total yards accounted for 330-to-101 as Georgia scored in their first five drives of the game. Michigan has turned the ball over three times through the first three quarters including two interceptions thrown by Cade McNamara.

FOX Sports analyst Joel Klatt said on Twitter that Georgia is dominating Michigan at the line of scrimmage on both sides of the ball, through speed, execution of big plays, and coaching. If Georgia continues to dominate Michigan, it will be one of the most impressive wins for Georgia head coach Kirby Smart.

Like the rest of the country, Klatt is thoroughly impressed with Georgia’s dominance. It has looked like the best team in the country in Miami.