Remembering “God is good” after winning the College Football Playoff National Championship shouldn’t be too difficult — what about after a heartbreaking overtime loss? Not many 19-year-old’s have the focus to do that.
In the aftermath of Alabama’s shocking OT win against the University of Georgia, a widely unnoticed Tweet went out from UGA’s star QB Jake Fromm.
“God is good, all the time. And all the time, God is good,” the young quarterback proclaimed.
God is good, all the time. And all the time, God is good. So thankful for an incredible season with these seniors who have given so much to this university. They’ve set the standard for UGA football and we will be back. Love my teammates and Go Dawgs!
— JakefromStateFromm (@FrommJake) January 9, 2018
How’s that for perspective?
As freshman quarterback Jake Fromm’s season came to a close with a 26-23 loss to Alabama, he remained positive. Fromm didn’t waste time re-hashing questionable calls, or looking back on what went wrong. Instead, he reminded himself and UGA fans that “God is good, all the time. And all the time, God is good.” He also gave a huge show of gratitude to the seniors that reshaped UGA football for years to come.
According to Dawgs247, Fromm walked away from the season with “the most touchdown passes by a true freshman in program history, second-best single-season passer rating in program history, and third-most passing yards by a freshman in school history.” With stats like that from a true freshman, this program has a lot to look forward to in the years to come. Onward and upward, UGA fans — follow Fromm’s lead and keep the faith.