It’s safe to say Huston Mason had a strong showing in the game against Georgia Tech.
He played with poise, made all of the necessary throws and most importantly, he led the Bulldogs to a win.
So it was a successful “debut” for the junior quarterback, as he did a lot of things well. But there are some areas of his game that he does need to work on as the Bulldogs get ready to play in their bowl game in less than a month.
The good thing about this is Mason will have plenty of time to prepare and work with the rest of the first team to be a better quarterback than what he showed against the Yellow Jackets.
Here are five things we need to see from Mason in the Bulldogs' bowl game.