It looks like Georgia finally has its quarterback in JT Daniels. The problem is that it seems to have found him as every other aspect of the team falls apart.
Daniels carried Georgia all night as he shredded Mississippi State. He threw for 401 yards and four touchdowns in the win. Those numbers top anything he did in his time as a freshman at USC. It was literally the best game a Georgia quarterback had under Kirby Smart as he threw for the most yards in a single game of the Smart era.
And Daniels numbers could’ve arguably been better. With the score tied at 24, Daniels put back-to-back perfect passes on to Kearis Jackson and George Pickens. But both ended in drops.
No matter for Daniels, as he found Jackson on third down for the go-ahead score, as Georgia won 31-24 to improve to 5-2 on the season.
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