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.
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