Jake Fromm, offense take center stage as Bulldogs talk Rose Bowl

Jake Fromm isn’t worried.

Georgia’s freshman quarterback addressed the media Thursday in Pasadena, Calif., as players on offense spoke ahead of New Year’s Day Rose Bowl game.

The starter of Georgia’s last 12 games is says he is approaching the College Football Playoff semifinal as his other starts and isn’t intimidated by the stage.

And he has been noticed by Monday’s opponent, Oklahoma.

Sooners strong safety Steven Parker, said of Fromm during Oklahoma’s press conference earlier, “He’s a gamer.”

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“He can put the ball where only his receivers can catch it,” Parker said. “He’s probably going to be handing the ball the majority of the time with [their] run game. But he can cut you off with the play-action pass. That’s what Georgia does very well.”

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