After bursting onto the scene midseason, Dominick Sanders ended 2014 with a couple of highlight moments.
isn’t the only Georgia
freshman who deserves high praise after the Belk Bowl.
Defensive back Dominick Sanders tied a Georgia bowl record when he snatched two passes out of the air against the Cardinals, giving him three interceptions total this season.
In October, Sanders began to make his name known when he had his first career interception against Missouri and followed it the next game with a fumble recovery for a touchdown against Arkansas.
His bowl record matches six other Bulldogs, including Damian Swann, to pull down a pair of turnovers.