Sticking with Stetson? Fans wonder what it will take for Georgia to make a QB change
The Georgia Bulldogs are the No. 5 team in the country and are 4-1 overall. They just finished off a 14-3 win over Kentucky that wasn’t pretty, but was never in doubt.
Still, QB Stetson Bennett IV didn’t have his best game, throwing for 131 yards, 0 touchdowns and 2 interceptions in the victory.
Now, Georgia fans are starting to wonder how long Bennett’s leash will be moving forward. What will it take to have coach Kirby Smart make a change to JT Daniels, or D’Wan Mathis, or even Carson Beck?
Here were some of the tweets questioning whether Bennett should continue to be the starter:
Stetson Bennett starting Quarterback
— peter boyd (@darealpeteboyd) October 31, 2020
Georgia coaches refusing to pull Stetson Bennett will be the downfall of my mental health pic.twitter.com/qe7b9BLTHA
— ThicccBiscuit (@ThicccBiscuit) October 31, 2020
Georgia fans when Stetson Bennett says he thought the offense played good today: pic.twitter.com/y6hiurD4aP
— MMG’s Burner (@mmg_burner) October 31, 2020
Man if Kirby trots Stetson out there next week I might cut it off
— Jeremy Clements (@J_Clements33) October 31, 2020
If Stetson starts next week it’s a wrap.
— Seth Harris (@SethHarris311) October 31, 2020
Kirby smart really just gonna waste the best defense hes ever had with Stetson Bennett, what a joke
— Christian Procaccino (@cprocaccino29) October 31, 2020
That game was an embarrassment of riches… Kirby is a good coach but dude need to quit being nice and pull the trigger! Like bruh if that was Nick saban or dabo stetson would be benched! Idc!!!
— James Dukes (@MatthewDukes20) October 31, 2020
Can JT Daniels really be that bad at practices??
Stetson. Bennett. Can. Not. Win. A. Championship.
— Lisa (@thereyouarelisa) October 31, 2020
Dwan Mathis gets pulled for 1 int. Stetson 5 in 2 games and we make excuse after excuse.
Kirby can’t handle a QB situation
— Scott (@ScottBass) October 31, 2020
What will Kirby Smart do? It’s of the utmost importance, as the potential deciding game in the SEC East race takes place next weekend in Jacksonville as the Bulldogs take on Florida.