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Georgia Fans Get Great News on Quarterback JT Daniels

By David Hayes
Georgia Bulldogs quarterback JT Daniels indicates he will be returning for his redshirt junior season in Athens.
Georgia Bulldogs quarterback JT Daniels indicates he will be returning for his redshirt junior season in Athens. / Todd Kirkland/Getty Images
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Even though the 2020 college football season didn't unfold quite the way many in Athens were hoping, there's still plenty to look forward to in 2021 for Georgia fans, especially with Monday's news.

The Bulldogs fell to an early 4-2 split with losses to Alabama and Florida, but then made a change at quarterback to former USC Trojans standout and transfer JT Daniels on Nov. 21. And now the Bulldogs should have him under center for the entire 2021 campaign by the looks of his latest Instagram post.

Simply put, "To be continued ..." should inspire a lot of hope in Georgia fans' hearts for the year to come. After Daniels took the reins, he led the Bulldogs to a perfect 4-0 end to the 2020 season with a 24-21 win over Cincinnati in the Chic-fil-A Peach Bowl.

The Bulldogs also averaged an impressive 37.25 points per game behind Daniels, who tossed for 10 touchdowns and just one interception with 1,231 passing yards to go along with it in his four starts.

With Daniels returning at quarterback and Zamir White returning at running back, Georgia should have the competitive offense required to run with Florida for a shot at making it back to the SEC title game and beyond in 2021.


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