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Georgia, South Carolina matchup to feature evolution of the college football tight end


Stetson Bennett took a sip of coffee and grinned.

What’s it like having tight ends Brock Bowers, Darnell Washington and Arik Gilbert to throw to?

“It’s a safety net,” Bennett told ESPN in July.

But Georgia’s veteran quarterback was underselling it. He went on to reveal a phrase they use around the football facility when talking about that trio: “Open by birth.” As in, their size and talent leave them always open.

When No. 1 Georgia travels to South Carolina on Saturday (noon ET, ESPN), the…



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