Georgia football: 6 quick bold predictions for the Orange Bowl

Stetson Bennett looks to pass the ball. (Photo by Kevin C. Cox/Getty Images)
Stetson Bennett looks to pass the ball. (Photo by Kevin C. Cox/Getty Images) /
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Stetson Bennett reacts after a touchdown in the SEC Championship game. (Photo by Todd Kirkland/Getty Images) /

Stetson Bennett proves doubters wrong and finally flat out wins a game

Finally, this is the game that Georgia football starting quarterback Stetson Bennett finally flat out wins. There will be no getting bailed out by anything. Instead, he proves every doubter wrong and beats the Wolverines.

Bennett will lead this offense and team to its destiny while putting on a show. The Dawgs have looked upon him all season, and so many people feel it isn’t enough for him to be the starter, but it is. He has done more than enough to win the starting job.

Now he trusts himself fully, and Friday’s game shows Bennett is a championship-caliber quarterback.

He doesn’t care about the haters, but at the same time, it would be so sweet to see him put on a clinic and get the Dawgs to a national championship.

Bennett will throw for four touchdowns, 300-passing yards, and completes at least 65% of his passes. This matchup is where he gets all the anger and frustrations out to prove he earned this job.

The coaches trust him, and now he must trust himself. Bennett has the tools surrounding him to get the job done, plus he can also run, which is an added weapon. This break allowed him to remember who he is and get back to having that moxy which helped him lead the Dawgs to nine straight wins as a starter.

His one blemish is Alabama, and if he puts on a show Friday, that should put to bed the terrible opinions of him. I don’t care what his stats say about his performance against the Tide the last two times, football is a team effort, and it doesn’t just fall on him.

Bennett’s time is now, and he is about to have his coming out party against a team better than 90% of the opponents he has beaten. It’s time for him to blossom and finally believe in himself. He has the game of his life, which gives him even more confidence to know he can lead this team to win it all, which I feel he already knows he can — it’s just time to finally do it.

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Georgia football has the opportunity to really prove themselves on Friday against a scrappy Michigan team looking to take down an SEC team. Instead, the Dawgs accomplish these six predictions and find themselves booking a ticket to Indianapolis.