Georgia made it to the College Football National Championship in 2017 in no small part because of the play of freshman quarterback Jake Fromm. His solid, if not spectacular, stewardship of the Bulldog offense kept the Red and Black from beating themselves time and again. It’s also worth noting that many of the more memorable plays of the 2017 season (the flea flicker versus Mississippi State, Terry Godwin’s electrifying touchdown catch against Notre Dame . . .) came courtesy of the arm of #11.
But make no mistake: Georgia ran to an SEC title in 2017.
While Fromm was throwing for 174 very efficient yards per contest, Nick Chubb, Sony Michel, and a Roman legion of reserves pounded out 258.4 yards per game on the ground, 3876 of them in total. They demoralized the Tennessee Volunteers in Neyland Stadium. They controlled the game against Georgia Tech.

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