The College Football World Reacts To Georgia’s Horrible Start Against Arkansas


If you didn’t take the Georgia Bulldogs seriously before Saturday, you should now after their performance against No. 8 Arkansas.

During pregame, the Bulldogs received some significant news. Due to a lat injury, starting quarterback JT Daniels was unable to play on Saturday. This allowed backup Stetson Bennett to take over as the starting quarterback. When a backup quarterback has to face a top-10 team, most college football teams are in a bad spot. On Saturday, however, this was not the case. On their first drive, Bennett and the Bulldogs marched down the field and scored on a three-yard run by Zamir White.

It was then the defense’s turn to speak. They succeeded in doing so, forcing an Arkansas punt from behind its own goal line.

The Bulldogs’ offensive line gave them great push at the point of attack, allowing Kendall Milton to score on a one-yard run for a 14-0 lead. Georgia’s special teams had a highlight play moments later.

Dan Jackson, a defensive back for the Georgia Bulldogs, blocked an Arkansas punt before White, Georgia’s starting running back, recovered it in the end zone.

Arkansas is about to be kicked off the field. The rest of college football is paying attention to Georgia’s incredible start to Saturday’s top-10 match-up.

[wpcc-script async src=” ” charset=”ut This season, Georgia is on a mission.

Watch the rest of the Georgia-Arkansas game on ESPN right now.

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