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  Georgia's offense got just what it needed from the Southern California transfer. Accuracy. Connecting on the deep ball. A turnover free game. And Daniels taking a knee in the victory formation as Georgia improved to 5-2. The students chanted "JT, JT." "It's started to sink in a little bit but it really hasn't yet that I got to play football again," Daniels said on a postgame Zoom session with reporters, his first time speaking to the media as a Bulldog. "I've really felt a lot of gratitude, gratitude for my family, for this team, for this coaching staff, for everyone for helping me get back on my feet and play football again." So the question was asked in one way or another of coach Kirby Smart, why did he wait so long to send Daniels into a Georgia game? He understood why people would wonder why Daniels didn't play before Saturday night. "Absolutely, I would," Smart said.

He said fans should take into consideration his 20 some years of coaching experience and even more from offensive coordinator Todd Monken. "Maybe the question should be, man, aren't they glad they got JT here when nobody thought maybe they needed him?" Smart said. "Would I have loved him to go out and do that same thing to other teams? Absolutely. But the decisions were made on who we felt gave us the best opportunity to win, and a lot of that had to do with mobility and Stetson's play. As Stet struggled, we had to look for other options." Yes, the 6-foot-3, 210-pound Daniels was coming off a torn ACL sustained in the season-opener last year, but the Bulldogs struggled mightily at the position since the second half of the Alabama game with Stetson Bennett and D'Wan Mathis. - Athens Daily Banner

(DS#14 QB) rSr/2023 QB JT DanielsWest Virginia
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