Georgia Football Offense Helmet Sticker: Brock Bowers
The offensive helmet sticker has to go to freshman tight end Brock Bowers who collected his second 100-plus yard game of the season.
Bowers finished the game with five catches for 101 yards and two touchdowns. The youngster acts like he is a four-year veteran but just arrived on campus earlier this year. His impact on this team is incredible, and he finally gave the Georgia fans what they’ve wanted for years — a dynamic tight end who makes plays.
That performance puts him at No. 11 on the SEC receiving list, as he leads the Dawgs with 25 catches for 416 yards and six touchdowns. He averages 16.64 yards a catch and 59.43 a game.
Bowers earns the offense helmet sticker because of that incredible first touchdown catch that he had to make twice for it to count.
Despite having the first one taken away, that outcome didn’t affect him at all. He lined back up and made an even better catch the second time around. Stetson Bennett placed the ball in a perfect spot, and his physicality allowed him to hold on to it even with a Kentucky defender on his back.
His second touchdown pass was also great from Bennett, who lofted it up for Bowers to catch on the run and get into the endzone. This guy doesn’t care who the opponent is, Bowers just wants the ball in his hands to make plays, and so far, he hasn’t failed.