Jake Fromm welcomes pressure entering third year at Georgia: 'That's the type of responsibility I want'
The Georgia Bulldogs enter the 2019 season as a top-5 team in most polls and have a talented QB in Jake Fromm.
Fromm will face a lot of pressure this fall to finally get the Bulldogs an elusive national championship, which means they’ll likely have to take down Alabama after losing in heartbreaking fashion the past two years.
In a profile with ESPN’s David M. Hale, Fromm said he welcomes the pressure he will get when the Bulldogs begin the 2019 season:
“I really feel like everything’s on my shoulders,” Fromm said. “They’ll look at me, and they won’t say it was Jake & Co. They’ll say it was Jake’s fault. That’s the type of responsibility I want. I want to take this team to the next level and win a national championship. I’m determined to do it.”
The Bulldogs will take on Notre Dame in Athens in Week 4, so we’ll see how they fare against a team that made the Playoff last year.
If they look good in that game, many will begin anticipating an SEC title game rematch against the Crimson Tide.