Nothing lasts forever.
After six seasons of college football, back-to-back national championships and being one of the four finalists for the 2022 Heisman Trophy, Georgia quarterback Stetson Bennett It is moving
The old walk-on will become one of the winningest college quarterbacks of all time as he tries to continue his football career to the next level.
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But for a young Georgia fan, Bennett’s impending departure from Athens, Georgia, was a hard pill to swallow.
following the beat TCUGeorgia head coach Kirby Smart told reporters he saw his son crying when he realized Bennett would no longer be the Bulldogs’ quarterback.
“I walked into (the SoFi Stadium coach’s office after the game) and my 10-year-old son, Andrew, was crying. And I was like, ‘Oh no. Someone hurt his feelings. Someone knocked him down.’ Someone has done him something. I said, ‘Why are you crying? You’re going to ruin my moment.'”
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“He said, ‘Stetson is leaving. Stetson is gone.'”
“I said, ‘He’s 25. He’s got to go!'”
Bennett put in an incredible final performance as a Bulldog, passing for 304 yards and four touchdowns, adding two rushing touchdowns in a 65-7 run. destruction of horned frogs on Monday night.
He will go down as one of Georgia’s all-time greats, one of the greatest stories in college football, and a fan favorite.
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“I think he falls right on top,” Georgia wide receiver Ladd McConkey said when asked where Bennett will rank among Georgia’s greatest players of all time, according to ESPN. “He’s won back-to-back national championships. He’s shown himself in every way possible and has done a lot for this program. I think he should be at the top.”
It may take a few weeks for Smart’s son to really appreciate his career.