Bryce Young will be in Dallas.

If you’re looking for reasons to be optimistic about facing Michigan, here’s one from Josh.

With one troubling exception (INT/TO worthy plays), on paper, at least, Georgia won’t be at a disadvantage at the quarterback position on New Year’s Eve.  That means the situation comes down to whether Michigan can force Stetson out of his comfort zone.   No guarantees, of course, but if they can’t, you have to like Georgia’s chances to come out on top.


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8 responses to “Bryce Young will be in Dallas.

  1. Down Island Way

    LOS play…both sides…GO DAWGS!

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  2. DawgStats

    Thank you as always, Sen. My posts drops later today on DawgSports.

    And to your and Down Island Way’s point – protecting Bennett will be critical.

    Bennett goes from elite level production when not pressured to really really bad under duress

    McNamara is one of the better QBs in football when throwing the ball under pressure. 5 TDs. 0 INTs

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  3. 81Dog

    I hear lots of “Michigan will make UGA uncomfortable,” but the pundit class seems to assume Michigan will just bully UGA’S defense, UGA played a soft schedule, blah blah blah. Guess we will see. Wonder if this is another “UGA hasn’t seen an offense like Hawaii” deal?


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  4. W Cobb Dawg

    All I can say is ‘look out’ if we turn our star-studded front 7 loose.

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  5. ASEF

    Which coach trusts his QB more? Interesting question


  6. 123 Fake St

    Does Stetzie do well when he’s forced up in the pocket? Because Michigans two first round DE will make him do just that.

    I hope our run game is ready. If it’s not, those two DE will feast


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