Capital One Orange Bowl: 5 bold predictions for Michigan vs. Georgia

Capital One Orange Bowl: 5 bold predictions for Michigan vs. Georgia

No. 2 Michigan will deal with No. 3 Georgia in the Capital One Orange Bowl at Hard Rock Stadium in Miami Gardens, Florida on Friday, Dec. 31. The winner of this College Football Playoff game will deal with the winner of the Goodyear Cotton Bowl Classic played between No. 1 Alabama and No. 4 Cincinnati. It is about putting something on tape for Alabama to potentially sweat over, as well as blending it up and confusing the Michigan defense.

That is why regardless of how well, or inadequately, Bennett plays, Daniels will get some run in this video game. It has to do with putting something on tape for Alabama to possibly sweat over, as well as blending it up and puzzling the Michigan defense. Georgia may even strike pay dirt on the one offensive drive Daniels is definitely going to remain in there for. The can of worms will be opened.
Conversely, we ought to expect Michigan to do the same thing with J.J. McCarthy getting at least a series under center to match what Cade McNamara is doing running the Wolverines offense.

Jim Harbaughs Michigan football program will face Kirby Smarts Georgia football group in the Capital One Orange Bowl in the second video game of the 2022 College Football Playoff.
The Michigan football faithful have waited a long time for this, as has the rabid Georgia football fanbase.
No. 2 Michigan will deal with No. 3 Georgia in the Capital One Orange Bowl at Hard Rock Stadium in Miami Gardens, Florida on Friday, Dec. 31. The winner of this College Football Playoff game will face the winner of the Goodyear Cotton Bowl Classic played between No. 1 Alabama and No. 4 Cincinnati. The nationwide title will be played at Lucas Oil Stadium in Indianapolis on Jan. 10.
Here are 5 vibrant forecasts for how the Orange Bowl will play out between the Michigan and Georgia football teams.
Orange Bowl: 5 strong predictions for Michigan vs. Georgia football game.
5. JT Daniels will come in and play at least a series to spell Stetson Bennett IV.
Fresh off of clearing COVID-19 procedures, questionable backup quarterback JT Daniels will get at least one series under center in what could possibly be his last video game in Georgia uniform. The presumptive starter coming out of fall camp lost his task due to injury and Stetson Bennett IV playing well for this group. With a championship on the line, no stone can be left unturned here.

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