QB JT Daniels and the Georgia offense gave a glimpse of what Bulldog fans can expect this fall with a dazzling performance under sunsplashed skies on Saturday at Sanford Stadium.

Daniels finished 28 for 41 passing for 324 yards, including a 59-yard touchdown to Demetris Robertson. It was both a preview of the fall, and a reminder for how far the offense has come since the bowl game against Cincinnati. Daniels recapped the outing on SEC Network+ with Cole Cubelic.

“This whole spring I’ve been really proud with how a lot of the guys have competed,” Daniels said about the team overall. “Especially some of the younger wideouts, some of the younger DBs that ain’t played the game yet. You got to see them today, you saw Jalen Kimber I thought played phenomenal. I thought Kelee Ringo’s coming along really well. And older guys like D-Rob, they got their opportunity, they’re taking full advantage of it. I’m just really proud of all our guys in general.”

Daniels said the offense is “older” than it was against Cincinnati.

“We started our first walk throughs right after the season was over,” Daniels said. “You look around and everyone doing the walk through started against Cincinnati. So there’s a lot of experience up front, a lot of experience at the receiver corps, obviously lost some of that receiving. But just an experienced team all around. Understands emotions more and more. Understands the intricacies of the protections, how to run routes, all the little things that come with experience.”