UGA's offense falls flat in SEC Championship loss — Twitter reacts

Tanya Simon
December 9, 2019

Burrow's passport numbers were ridiculous: the former quarterback of the State of OH completed a ridiculous 78.6 percent of his passes for 4,366 yards, 44 touchdowns and only six interceptions.

LSU left no doubt it is the king of the mighty SEC, completing its run through a gauntlet of the league's top teams.

Just total domination by the Tigers.

Although Fromm has not been lighting defenses up all year, he's got National Football League skills and desirable traits that National Football League teams are going to fawn over, so a big performance in this game could boost his stock substantially. He didn't get much help from his teammates: Tyler Simmons dropped a deep ball on the very first possession, and Matt Landers couldn't hang on to a throw in the end zone.

As we learned on Saturday, he seems to be able to obtain passports as well.

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Georgia's sideline looked like a M (asterisk) A (asterisk) S (asterisk) H unit. Specialist and fullback Tory Carter was ejected after being called for targeting on the kickoff. Walker hurt his right shoulder while Stevenson's injury wasn't specified. He has now failed to complete even half his passes in five straight games.

A victory would have guaranteed a College Football Playoff berth for the program.

The 2019 SEC Championship Game between the LSU Tigers and Georgia Bulldogs is going to be fascinating from a 2020 NFL Draft perspective, just like the regular season matchup between LSU and Alabama was.

The big focus in this game, at least from my vantage point, will be on Georgia quarterback Jake Fromm.

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