Jake Fromm completed 13-of-29 passes for 173 yards and two touchdowns, both to freshman wide receiver George Pickens, in Georgia’s 27-0 win over Missouri on Saturday night. Fromm had to do so behind three different centers as the starter, Trey Hill, went down followed by Cade Mays. Jamaree Salyer came in for Mays to finish out the rest of the game.
After the victory, the junior quarterback discusses the game, taking snaps from three different centers, wide receiver Lawrence Cager, and more.
On playing with three different centers in the game…
“That’s tough. That can kind of get on you mentally. I was a little bit worried there, but our guys did a good job. Really, we’ve been working with
Cade (Mays) a little bit, and then for Jamaree (Salyer) to come in and do a really good job… Jamaree’s a lefty–unlike the other two–which is a
little bit scary. I think it just comes down to work and the reps we’ve done throughout camp and throughout this fall. It’s all coming together for