“I’m going to lead and play the best I can for this team.”
Fromm said a Sugar Bowl victory for the No. 5-ranked Bulldogs (11-2) over No. 15 Texas (9-4) is important.
“It means a lot, we’re going to come out fighting and hopefully we win a big football game,” Fromm said, “and it might show we should have been in the final four.”
Georgia, of course, was left out of the four-team College Football Playoff, creating a stir of controversy.
A New Orleans based reporter asked Fromm about the Bulldogs’ inability to beat Alabama the past two years.
But Fromm, much like head coach Kirby Smart, took a poised approach in answering the question that indicated he would not let one loss to the Tide turn into another loss.
“That’s past us, we confronted it that night,” Fromm said. “We’re here now. You can’t change anything in the past.
“You put it behind you and you go to work, that’s the only way I know to get over anything, you just go to work.”