Yeah, before you go there, “if” is doing some heavy lifting here, but it still makes for some enjoyable math Dawg porn.
In four games last year, Daniels completed 80 of 119 passes for 1,231 yards, 10 touchdowns and just two interceptions. If you parlay those numbers over a full 12-game season, and assuming the level of play remains the same, you have a season where Daniels potentially could have a year that sees him complete 240 of 357 passes for 3,693 yards and 30 touchdowns.
That would easily make for the best season a Georgia quarterback’s had since Aaron Murray, in 2012, when he finished second nationally in passer rating. Add in stats from a postseason, and you can probably change that to best season ever. That would be nice.