ATHENS — Georgia quarterback Jake Fromm is keeping his focus on the team, not necessarily himself.
That much was evident when Fromm was asked how he manages the situation with freshman quarterback Justin Fields also getting snaps in games.
“It’s not something to really think about,” Fromm said. “We both come to work every day, and it’s not something I think about a whole lot.
“I’m just coming to work trying to figure out how I can make my guys on offense better, how can I make myself better, and not really focusing on anything outside.”
The Bulldogs’ quarterback situation is like most others, in that fans are constantly discussing the position and the future of it.
Georgia coach Kirby Smart has maintained all along that it’s fluid, and he’ll continue to make decisions that are in the best interest of the team as the Bulldogs look to repeat as SEC champions.
Fromm’s experience and poise was evident at South Carolina last Saturday.
Fromm was 6-of-6 passing for 115 yards in the third quarter as Georgia pulled away for the 41-17 win.
The Bulldogs’ starting quarterback is now 27-of-34 passing for 351 yards and 3 TDs and an interception this season.
Georgia QB Jake Fromm