No JT Daniels? No problem for Georgia against UAB.

Stetson Bennett IV had an afternoon for the ages, tying a school record with 5 touchdown passes — all in the first half — and throwing no interceptions as the Bulldogs dismantled the Blazers, 56-7, at Sanford Stadium on Saturday afternoon.

Bennett’s 1st half line: 8-of-9, 269 yards and 5 touchdowns.

With Daniels dealing with an oblique injury, there was a possibility that redshirt freshman Carson Beck would start in his place. Instead, coach Kirby Smart went with experience and opted to put Bennett behind center.

And Bennett made good on his opportunity right out of the gate.

On the game’s 2nd play from scrimmage, the senior hit Jermaine Burton with a 73-yard touchdown as the Dawgs opened up a 7-0 lead less than a minute into the contest.

On Georgia’s next drive, the offense found itself in the end zone once more thanks to untimely penalties by UAB’s defense. It ended with Kenny McIntosh grabbing a Bennett pass and running for a 12-yard score and a 14-0 lead inside of 5 minutes.

Bennett wasn’t done.

After Beck spelled him on the next Georgia series, the former walk-on floated a pass to Brock Bowers for an 89-yard touchdown down the right sideline — the longest touchdown pass for a Bulldogs quarterback since 2013 — as the Bulldogs lead grew to 21-0.

And, unbelievably, Bennett had another deep pass in his arsenal. He connected with Arian Smith for a 61-yard touchdown to make it 28-0 with under a minute played in the 2nd quarter.

That play put Bennett in rare company as he became just the 3rd FBS quarterback since 2006 to record 3 touchdown passes of 60 or more yards in a half. The other 2 were TCU’s Casey Paschall in 2011 and Texas Tech’s Patrick Mahomes in 2016.

Special teams got in on the action, too, as Kearis Jackson broke off a nice return following a UAB punt to put the Dawgs in great field position with less than 4 minutes remaining in the 1st half.

A few plays later, Georgia was in the end zone again, as Bennett connected with Bowers from 9 yards for the tight end’s 2nd touchdown of the afternoon, making the score 35-0 just before halftime.

And it was 42-0 following a UAB 3-and-out to start the 2nd half. Bennett used his legs to convert a 3rd-and-6 at the Blazers 34 with a 20-yard scamper. Then, James Cook somehow escaped a crowd of UAB tacklers to take it into the end zone on a 14-yard run as the Bulldogs’ running game began to gather steam.

Beck got into the act following a 1st career interception by Kelee Ringo, finding Justin Robinson in the end zone to stretch the lead to 49-0 past the midway point of the 3rd. Jamon Dumas-Johnson added a pick-6 later to increase the margin to 56-0.

UAB cornerback Keondre Swoopes returned Beck’s interception 60 yards for a touchdown with 5:02 left to finally put the Blazers on the scoreboard.

The Dawgs improved to 2-0 ahead of a primetime matchup between the hedges against South Carolina on Sept. 18 at 7 p.m. ET. UAB is 1-1 and next visits North Texas.