It wasn't the "walk-on" bit that kept hitting me about Stetson before this game. It was a mixture of history and knowing what's been going on in Athens as well as that QB room.
On page one I mentioned Greyson Lambert. Friday, Friday night, and after watching the previews early yesterday I just couldn't get him out of my head. Everything I was hearing and seeing mirrored 2015. The end result did as well.
My big "worry" all along was how poorly our D had played especially in the OM game. As I was watching the game it became evident that our strategy needed to be stop the run and make the QB beat us. I had seen enough even in the first half to feel good about that strategy. I would be VERY surprised if we see Stetson as the starting QB the next time we see UGA. Of course this assumes we take care of our business which in 2020 is not a guarantee with all the crazy stuff that can happen.