ATHENS — Jake Fromm has looked pretty good overall in Georgia’s first three games. The completion percentage is better than Jacob Eason’s last year. He has managed the offense well. The team is unbeaten. There’s been just one blemish: Three turnovers, two of them fumbles. And as Kirby Smart spoke on Wednesday, it seems one play was probably fresh in his mind: When Fromm fumbled away the ball after scrambling last Saturday against Samford, rather than sliding or throwing the ball away.
A reporter from Mississippi prefaced a question to Dan Mullen on Wednesday with an observation: Georgia has 54 four- and five-star players. And Mullen’s Mississippi State team has 16. What does that really mean, Mullen was asked? The head coach let out a slight chuckle as he began responding. “To me it means they have an awful lot of talent on their football team,” Mullen said. “Besides that, probably not that much else to me, but you look, they have a tremendous amount of talent at every position.
ATHENS — Georgia cornerback Malkom Parrish, attempting to play after missing the first three games of the season, continues to practice, though he also still doesn’t appear a full-go. Parrish required surgery on a broken bone in his foot in mid-August. The senior, who started the previous two seasons, is probably the best pure tackler in Georgia’s secondary and would thus be a big help in Saturday’s game against Mississippi State.
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