Georgia football: 6 quick bold predictions for the Orange Bowl

Stetson Bennett looks to pass the ball. (Photo by Kevin C. Cox/Getty Images)
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Georgia football swings momentum with massive special teams’ play

Georgia football has shown it can make big plays on special teams with blocked kicks, which will happen on Friday against Michigan. Being able to force a big play in the third phase of the game will only elevate the Dawgs’ chances of winning.

However, it could be something other than a blocked kick. Kearis Jackson has been so close to running a punt back for a touchdown, and that could be what happens on Friday or maybe a kickoff return.

Either way, this kind of momentum swing is just what could force Michigan to make a mistake and allow the Dawgs to capitalize off it.

If the defense does their job, they will have plenty of opportunities to make something like this happen.

Making a big play like a touchdown return often helps teams have confidence in other phases of the game and makes them feel like they can accomplish anything, which only helps Georgia.

A blocked kick, return, forced fumble, or getting Michigan to make a crucial mistake will be something the Dawgs need to do to deliver a demoralizing blow and keep all the momentum to themselves.

Momentum plays a huge part in these big stage games, and it’s important for the Dawgs to win that battle.