Georgia Bulldogs Set For Another Easy Win Before First Test

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The Georgia Bulldogs are 2-0 on the young season and yet to face a true test. They will continue to enjoy in easy schedule in week three facing the less than impressive Arkansas State team.

The Georgia Bulldogs are well on their way to a 3-0 record barring an improbable upset. They will play Arkansas State in week three after a 2-0 start against easy opponents.  The Dawgs will not face their first test until week four when they take on Notre Dame in Athens.

Jake Fromm has been impressive so far this season in limited chances. The third year quarterback has only attempted 34-passes combined in the first two games of the season. He is unlikely to add many attempts to that total this weekend.

The Bulldogs again have a myriad of options at running back and are seemingly able to run the ball at will.

Fromm will simply need enough attempts to be in rhythm and ready to play when Georgia takes on their first true test of the season in Notre Dame.

For now the priority for Georgia must be keeping their team healthy and ready for the biggest game of the season thus far. Giving Stetson Bennett another chance to showcase what he can do would be great for Georgia as well.

It seems increasingly likely Fromm may opt to come out of college and enter the NFL Draft in the upcoming off-season. He has the tools and no one could blame him for not wanting to risk an injury if he draft stock is high at the end of the season.

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Bennett could find himself as the Dawg’s quarterback next season, or at least in the picture. Finding out early on what Georgia has in Bennett would be a wise decision for a team that needs to continue to plan for life after Jake Fromm.