It Sounds Like Georgia Will Start Stetson Bennett At Quarterback Against Michigan

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It sounds like Georgia won’t make a quarterback change for the game against Michigan.

After getting blown out by Alabama in the SEC championship game, many fans hoped that the Bulldogs would turn to JT Daniels, who just recovered from COVID-19, to take over at quarterback. (RELATED: David Hookstead Is The True King In The North When It Comes To College Football)

However, it doesn’t sound like it’s going to happen.

“If you look at the plays he’s made, he’s made national championship plays. He has. You turn on the film and look at some of the throws he makes, the decisions he makes, the things he does with his feet. There’s no doubt in my mind we can win the national championship. There’s no doubt in my mind we can win it with Stetson Bennett,” Georgia offensive coordinator Todd Monken told the media about the quarterback situation, according to ESPN.

Well, this is not what Georgia fans wanted to hear. This is not what they wanted to hear at all! Alabama gave Bennett and the Bulldogs nightmares in the SEC title game.

It was a disaster down the stretch. Now, that’s not all Bennett’s fault but he couldn’t get the offense moving when it mattered most.

Due to his lackluster performance, fans have begged for Daniels to get under center and provide the offense with a spark.

Unfortunately for fans, it sounds like the Bulldogs will stick with the man who has led them the majority of the season.

We’ll see what happens Friday night. There’s always the chance the Bulldogs are running a smoke and mirrors operation, but for the time being, it sounds like Stetson Bennett is keeping his job.