Georgia had a tremendous passing game in the 31-24 win over Mississippi State.

In his Georgia debut, JT Daniels passed for 401 yards and four touchdowns as the Bulldogs held off Mississippi State for a 31-24 win in Athens. But the Georgia running game produced just eight rushing yards on 23 attempts.

Daniels’ production was the most for a Georgia quarterback since Aaron Murray in 2013. After Georgia has started three quarterbacks this season, coach Kirby Smart explained why Daniels didn’t start until know, and how his injured knee factored into the decision.

Here’s a sampling of what he told the media after the game: