Georgia Bulldogs starting quarterback Stetson Bennett took his last college snap. Bennett received a curtain call at the start of the fourth quarter as the Bulldogs lead his TCU 52-7 in the College Football Playoff National Championship.
Stetson Bennett walks away last as Georgia Bulldog 🏈
-304 passing yards
-39 rush yards
– 6 total touchdowns
What an outing 🏆🏆pic.twitter.com/1tiRr2te6H
— 247Sports (@247Sports) January 10, 2023
Bennett packed the stat sheets en route to leading Georgia to its second consecutive national championship. He finished the game throwing his 304 passing yards and his four touchdowns. On the ground, he added three carries for 39 rushing yards and two touchdowns.
Led by Stetson Bennett, Georgia quickly became one of college football’s elite programs.
Last season, in his first year as Georgia’s solid QB1, Bennett packed a stat sheet. He finished the year throwing for 2,862 passing yards, 29 touchdowns, and seven interceptions. On the ground, he added 259 rushing yards and his 1 rushing touchdown on 56 total carries.
Despite losing a few stars to offense this past season, Bennett put up big numbers again. Including his performance at the National Championship, he threw for 4,127 passing yards, 27 touchdowns and just 7 interceptions. On the ground, he had 205 rushing yards and he added 10 rushing his touchdowns.
Stetson Bennett himself has been named among college football greats for his performances over the past two seasons. After struggling to earn playing time and even time in junior college, Bennett has carved his name into sports history. He left Georgia with his 29-3 starting record and is arguably the best resume of any modern quarterback.