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Wayne Staats | NCAA.com | December 4, 2022

Undefeated FBS college football teams in 2022

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We started with 131 college football teams hoping to go undefeated this FBS season. We're down to only two unbeaten teams. What was a long list is now an exclusive list that keeps on shrinking.

Here's a look at all the remaining unbeaten FBS teams this season. Teams are listed in order by College Football Playoff rankings.

Undefeated FBS college football teams in 2022

No. 1 Georgia

Record: 13-0 (9-0 SEC)
Last game: def. LSU, 50-30 (SEC Championship)
Next game: TBA
Last undefeated season: 1980 (12-0, won national title)

Georgia finished 12-0 for a second straight regular season, and then won its first SEC title since 2017 with a 50-30 win over LSU in Atlanta. The defending champion Bulldogs impressed with then-No. 1 Tennessee in town in its biggest game of the season back on Nov. 5, controlling the Vols in a 27-13 win. 

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No. 2 Michigan

Record: 13-0 (9-0 Big Ten)
Last game: def. Purdue, 43-22 (Big Ten Championship)
Next game: TBA
Last undefeated season: 1997 (12-0, won AP national title)

Michigan is Big Ten champion for the second straight season, after routing Purdue in Indianapolis. This comes a week after beating rival Ohio State for a second consecutive year, running all over the Buckeyes en route to a 45-23 win. 

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