There will be an Alabama-Georgia football doubleheader this weekend, courtesy of the SEC Championship game … and the Giants’ game at the Dolphins.
After the two college powerhouses meet Saturday, the Dolphins will have Tua Tagovailoa throwing passes to fellow Alabama alumnus Jaylen Waddle against a Giants team with six Georgia alumni on its roster. Former Bulldog Jake Fromm, who was signed off the Bills practice squad this week, will be the Giants’ No. 2 quarterback behind Mike Glennon and thus will be in uniform for an NFL regular-season game for the first time in his career.
“It feels like home here,” Fromm said jokingly after Friday’s practice.
Fromm started the 2018 College Football Playoff championship game for Georgia, which led Alabama, 13-0, at halftime. Tagovailoa, then a true freshman, replaced Jalen Hurts in the second half and led the comeback to a 26-23 overtime win capped by his touchdown pass to DeVonta Smith.
“It doesn’t haunt me in any way,” Fromm said. “Obviously, wish it would have turned out a little differently. It was a great play by them. It was a great game. It would have meant a lot to me and the state of Georgia, but you can’t change the past. Just excited to be here now and look forward to the game.”
Jake Fromm shakes hands with Freddie Kitchen during practice.N.Y. Post: Charles Wenzelberg
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