The Georgia Bulldogs are one of the nation’s best college football programs, but the quarterback position is a big question mark heading into the 2020 season.
The skinny: Jake Fromm left school early to declare for the 2020 NFL Draft, and the Bulldogs may struggle to replace him this season. The two main candidates to start in 2020 are Wake Forest transfer Jamie Newman and Fromm’s backup last year, Stetson Bennett.
A quarterback competition to replace Fromm will take place throughout the spring and summer months. And it’s one of the biggest storylines in college football heading into next season.
Lofty expectations: Georgia spent more money on recruiting than any other school and it paid off with the nation’s top-ranked recruiting class for the 2020 season, per 247 Sports. As a result, the Bulldogs are among the teams with the shortest odds to win the College Football National Championship Game next year.
But if neither Newman or Bennett can handle the job, this team will disappoint.