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Jake Fromm Commends Georgia Fans For Saturday Night's Atmosphere

Jake Fromm throwing a pass in his red Georgia Bulldog's uniform.

ATLANTA, GA - JANUARY 08: Jake Fromm #11 of the Georgia Bulldogs throws a pass during the first quarter against the Alabama Crimson Tide in the CFP National Championship presented by AT&T at Mercedes-Benz Stadium on January 8, 2018 in Atlanta, Georgia. (Photo by Kevin C. Cox/Getty Images)

Jake Fromm led the Georgia Bulldogs to a 23-17 win over Notre Dame this past weekend. The game took place in front of the largest crowd ever at Sanford Stadium, and it's hard to deny that the crowd noise didn't play a factor in the win.

Taking to Twitter on Sunday, Fromm thanked the Georgia fans who attended the game. He said he was enjoying every minute of the game and the season.

"Enjoying every minute of it, Sanford Stadium could not have rocked harder last night #GoDawgs," Fromm wrote.

Needless to say, the fans were absolutely thrilled to see Fromm thanking them.

Fromm and the Bulldogs were largely held in check in the first half. A D'Andre Swift touchdown late in the second quarter was all that saved them from a first-half shutout.

But in front of 93,246 fans, Georgia would not be denied. They took the lead in the third quarter on a pair of Rodrigo Blankenship field goals.

Fromm then led Georgia to a 10-point lead in the fourth quarter with a touchdown pass to Lawrence Cager. Another drive capped off by a Blankenship field goal made it 23-10. A Notre Dame touchdown late in the fourth made the final score 23-17.

Their win against the highly-touted Fighting Irish helped the Bulldogs maintain a No. 3 ranking in the AP poll.