Quarterback Jake Fromm met with the media on Monday during player interviews to discuss Georgia’s upcoming game with Tennessee.
The junior signal-caller discussed his repertoire with center Trey Hill who replaced former Bulldog and veteran Lamont Gaillard as the starter this season, and the job assistant head coach Sam Pittman has done in recruiting, developing the offensive line whose task it is to protect Fromm.
Jake also talked about his former offensive coordinator, Jim Chaney, who is now calling plays on the other sideline with the Volunteers, about the difference between playing on the road versus at home, and his growth as a player and quarterback from a 2017 true freshman to this season as a junior.
Plus, Fromm shares his thoughts on teammates wide receiver George Pickens, inside linebacker Tae crowder, offensive lineman Cade Mays, and more. You can watch Jake Fromm’s full interview from Monday by clicking on the YouTube video below.