The Georgia Bulldogs put their season back on track today with a 36-17 win over the Florida Gators. The win keeps playoff hopes alive for a Georgia team with winnable games left on the schedule.
The Georgia Bulldogs season is finally back on track as they shook off a terrible loss to LSU, beating the Florida Gators. There was no option but to win, if Georgia wanted to keep hope alive of another playoff berth.
Defensively Georgia bent often but made stops when they had to have them. Jake Fromm was back to his old self-making key throws all day long.
Fromm tossed three touchdowns on the day including one late to seal the game for Georgia. Fromm played the complete game with Justin Fields standing on the sideline for four quarters.
A statement from Kirby Smart that when the Dawgs need a win the most they still trust number eleven.
Georgia will now turn their attention to Kentucky and Auburn their remaining SEC opponents. Two more wins and the Bulldogs will be playing in the SEC Championship.
Four more wins and Georgia will be playing for a playoff berth in the National Championship. Winning out is the only option for a team whose season will only be a success with a playoff berth.
Anything less would be a step back and considered a failure with a roster full of talent. Georgia’s 36-17 win was a statement this team isn’t done competing for a championship just yet.