JT Daniels throws for three touchdowns; Stetson Bennett throws two
Georgia football will likely see the return of starting quarterback JT Daniels. Still, as head coach Kirby Smart mentioned during the bye week, Daniels and Stetson Bennett could be used against the Gators.
Using both Bennett and Daniels isn’t a bad thing. It forces the Gators to prepare for not just one but two quarterbacks. Plus, after Florida head coach Dan Mullen’s comments about Georgia and their starting quarterback, it’s only fitting that these two punch Florida’s secondary in the mouth.
Between Daniels and Bennett, the Dawgs should see at least five receiving touchdowns scored and roughly 350 passing yards. Daniels will come in and likely get the start, do his thing and then let Bennett get after the Gators.
After he struggled against them last year, the Mailman deserves to get some revenge, and Saturday is his last chance to do it against Florida.
As explosive as the passing game has been this season, the Dawgs have emphasized the run recently, and while the winner of this 100th meeting needs to be able to run the game, they also need explosive plays.
These two can make noise with Ladd McConkey, Brock Bowers, Arian Smith, Darnell Washington, and Jermaine Burton. Not to mention other guys are returning this week from injury who can step up and show out.
The wideouts will be hungry, and so will Daniels show the world even though he has been out, this is his offense, and he can run it efficiently.
Florida had their way with the Dawgs through the air last year, so it’s time for Georgia to deliver the Gators a taste of their own medicine.