Stetson Bennett in childhood home video says he's motivated to 'kick butt in championships'
Stetson Bennett on Saturday was one of the celebrities who heard crowds roar during a national championship parade in Athens, as fans lined the streets, and flocked to Sanford Stadium.
But as a child, he first dreamed about championships, and his mother shared a home video of him talking about them.
“Alright Stet (10) why do you train “To kick butt in Championships,” she shared on social media.
— Denise B. Bennett (@momof5__) January 15, 2022
Bennett on Monday helped Georgia finish 14-1 and No. 1 in the final AP Top 25 following its 33-18 win over Alabama in the national championship game in Indianapolis. Fans posed for selfies and requested autographs from Bennett, as Georgia announced that it had given out all the tickets available for Sanford Stadium and the afternoon ceremony where the capacity is 92,746.
Bennett has said he intends to play in 2022 and has long-term plans to enter law school.