Quarterback D. J. Shockley and Georgia beat LSU 34-14 in the 2005 SEC Championship Game. Shockley was named the game’s most valuable player. Shockley passed for 112 yards and two touchdowns. Sean Bailey caught the two TD passes. Shockley also ran for a touchdown. Georgia's Tim Jennings returned an interception for a TD. Georgia coach Mark Richt was fired up during the game. But Richt and his players celebrated after the game. After three seasons as a backup, Shockley started for Georgia as a senio

Watch: D.J. Shockley handled himself like a champion at Georgia

Quarterback D.J. Shockley played four seasons at Georgia but he only needed one of them to become a Bulldogs legend.

Shockley, who attended North Clayton High School, unselfishly accepted a part-time role behind David Greene for three seasons until he finally got his shot as a full-time starter in 2005 and led Georgia to an SEC title. Shockley was named the game’s most valuable player in a win over LSU in the championship game at the Georgia Dome.

Watch the video above to reminisce about that game and Shockley’s career. 

Podcast: Listen as Shockley talks to the AJC’s Jeff Schultz and WSB’s Zach Klein

Plus: David Greene led Bulldogs to 2002 SEC title

Kirby Smart and the Georgia Bulldogs are getting ready to play the Auburn Tigers Saturday afternoon in Atlanta

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