It’s no secret that QB Jake Fromm has been instrumental in Georgia’s recent success, and that was a storyline last week of ESPN’s coverage of the Bulldogs in their win over Tennessee. ESPN’s Sean McDonough and Todd Blackledge even discussed Fromm as possibly the best QB in Georgia’s history.

McDonough noted that Fromm is the most accurate passer in Georgia history, and in a video distributed by the program’s Twitter account, it noted that he has the fourth-most touchdown passes in school history.

Against the Vols in a 43-14 victory, Fromm was 24-for-29 passing for 288 yards and 2 touchdown passes.

Without mentioning the honor, the video took on the feel of a Heisman Trophy-like hype video.

Will Muschamp, the coach of Georgia’s opponent this week, South Carolina, has taken note of Fromm’s production and experience.

“His overall command of what they do, he is an extension of what they want done as coaches,” Muschamp said this week on the SEC coaches media teleconference. “He gets them in the right protection, he goes to the right place and he’s very accurate … he does a fantastic job. I hate to use the word “manage” because the way some people look at that but he does a great job of managing that offense.”