Terrell Davis ‘a little biased’ in his Rose Bowl pick
Former Georgia Bulldogs running back Terrell Davis is admittedly “a little biased.”
That didn’t stop the Pro Football Hall of Famer from picking Georgia to win the College Football Playoff semifinal Jan. 1, 2018, against Oklahoma at the Rose Bowl.
“I’m hoping it plays out like this: where Georgia’s defense, which I saw in the SEC Championship just looks phenomenal, and they have pretty much the entire year,” Davis told ESPNU Radio on Sirius XM . “I see Georgia pulling this thing off, it’ll be a close game. I’m predicting a score of maybe 24-21 Bulldogs.”
Davis amassed 1,657 rushing yards in three seasons in Athens. He was a two-time Super Bowl champion with the Denver Broncos.
Listen to his full comments:
He may be "a little biased here," but predictions are in for the @rosebowlgame, and former @FootballUGA RB @Terrell_Davis picks his alma mater to go to the @CFBPlayoff National Championship.@UGAAthletics #GoDawgs 🔊🔽 pic.twitter.com/tL7BCKa9Xi
— ESPNU Radio on SiriusXM (@ESPNUonSiriusXM) December 13, 2017
The second-ranked Sooners boasts the nation’s top scoring offense. No. 3 Georgia has the fourth-ranked defense.
The winner in Pasadena, Calif., will advance to the national championship Jan. 8 at Mercedes-Benz Stadium in Atlanta.
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