I hate to say this as a Georgia fan, but I'd be surprised too. I do think this is the game they will be most likely to lose though. I'm really hoping that Georgia will do well.
This confuses me. You realize, last year, he was good. Nobody knows who the Wake Forest QB is unless they are crazy good. When he transferred to Georgia, he got so hyped up. He was expected to be in contention for the Heisman, and he was gonna be what saved the season. He is probably worried about Covid, but he could also use this as a way to improve his draft stock. He hasn't taken a single snap in a game, but imagine if he had continued at Wake Forest. What would his draft stock be like? Definitely not first round material. Just the fact that he can call himself a Georgia Bulldog changes the way people look at him.
I think Bryce Young would be starting if Saban didn't value experience so much.
How do you even make that error?
The annual Georgia upset...
Saban values experience over other factors until the less-experienced guy has proven himself. So I think Jones will start but when he leaves Bryce Young will achieve great things.
Yeah, the season's not happening
If every SEC East team could bring back 1 former player, who would it be? (P.S. QBs are not allowed)
I think Jared Zirkel will be a decent replacement, but yeah I agree
Newman's a beast
Guess which dawgs are barking first? Uga, get after 'em!!!
What happened, happened. He's going to the NFL. Deal with it, people
Numbers don't define a QB
TBH I think Tua. He has shown more consistency. But I'm excited to see both of them as rookies.
I'm relatively sure Newman will start, but I really think Mathis could be something. He could play backup for Newman this year and get put in the blowouts just to see how he does.
Do not torture me with those memories
That's true, but I still feel like they were going out of their way to do it.
I couldn't believe that everyone was constantly dissing Fromm on live TV. That made me so mad. It was supposed to be his moment, not the time when you point out all his mistakes!
I still can't believe Reed went undrafted
Yeah with Anthony Edwards for NBA
He's a really great QB yard wise, but 17 interceptions!!!
Cook has a little bit more experience and speed, while White is shifty and strong. I'm excited to see both of them play in the future.
We will have to see how the starting QB issue plays out first
Bruh chill. This article seems like it took a lot of effort.
Why would Virginia or VT be added? I get that it is good for SEC basketball, but that's not really in the south east. Also, it might downgrade the SEC's football reputation