Given how high the folks at PFF were on Jamie Newman, this shouldn’t come as any real surprise:
Jamie Newman was set to give the Georgia Bulldogs a real shot of winning the 2020 National Championship, but those aspirations for the program are now on hold after his decision to opt out. Former USC quarterback JT Daniels will now lead the offense for the Bulldogs, and as much as people want to point to him being a former five-star recruit, the drop off between Newman and Daniels is significant.
How significant? This significant:
With Daniels under center for the Bulldogs, they are no longer a top-five team in college football.
Basically, he doesn’t find a single thing that Daniels did well as the starting quarterback at USC and concludes he has a long way to go merely to become serviceable.
I don’t want to come off as a bully with all the negative talk and data on Daniels, but I do want to make sure that people know that Newman’s opt-out is a big deal. Georgia had a shot of being crowned the national champions this year with Newman leading the offense, but that is now on the back burner.
No Daniels Dawg porn, in other words.