Georgia QB Jake Fromm in the Sugar Bowl in 2020.

The No. 5 Georgia Bulldogs put up an impressive 26-14 victory over the No. 7 Baylor Bears in the Sugar Bowl Wednesday, led by a solid performance from quarterback Jake Fromm. Fromm (seen above) completed 20 of his 30 pass attempts on the day (66.7 percent), throwing for 250 passing yards and two touchdowns with no interceptions. Here’s one of those touchdowns:

The Bulldogs also got a solid rushing performance from freshman Zamir White, who carried the ball 18 times for 92 yards (5.1 yards per carry) and a touchdown. And they pulled off some other remarkable plays, including this fake field goal:

Meanwhile, the Georgia defense also had a great game, especially in the first half. There, they held Baylor to just 97 total yards and no points, with help from some spectacular plays like this interception from Richard LeCounte (who had two picks on the night):

Georgia took a comfortable 19-0 lead into the half. The Bears made it a little more interesting in the second half, but didn’t get too close (especially after Baylor quarterback Charlie Brewer left the game after hitting his head on the turf following a hit), and that made for a pretty dominant victory for the Bulldogs.

[ESPN]

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