Following Georgia’s 41-24 loss to Alabama, the quarterback position has become a popular one with regards to what comes next for the Bulldogs.
Stetson Bennett completed 29 of his 48 pass attempts on Saturday for 340 yards. He tossed three touchdowns on Saturday but also threw two costly interceptions for the Bulldogs. In his two starts against Alabama, Bennett has now thrown five interceptions. Both starts have also seen Georgia lose by a score of 41-24.
Hanging over both Bennett and coach Kirby Smart is backup quarterback JT Daniels. He started three games this season for Georgia, winning all three. He’s actually never lost as Georgia’s starting quarterback, with the Bulldogs winning all four of his 2020 starts after he took over for Bennett.
Smart has been asked if he considered making a change to Daniels during the game, to which Smart said he had not. It’s not the only question Smart answered about the quarterback position, with Bennett also fielding questions about his play from Saturday.
The text below contains answers from Smart and Bennett directly after the SEC championship game. The final two questions and answers from Smart came from a press conference he held on Sunday after it had been announced Georgia football would play Michigan in the College Football Playoffs.
We have also compiled the selected questions and answers into a video clip as well.
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