Green and MoMass Looking for 1,000

ORLANDO – Among the numerous storylines surrounding Georgia's season finale in the Capital One Bowl is the potential for the Bulldogs' 1,000-yard receiver club to expand by 200 percent.

Both A.J. Green and Mohamed Massaquoi could reach the 1,000-yard mark against Michigan State on Thursday, with Green needing just 49 yards and Massaquoi 90 yards shy.

"It'd be awesome," said quarterback Matthew Stafford, who hopes to air it out enough against the Spartans that both receivers hit their goal. "It's only happened one time in Georgia history that anybody's had 1,000, so to have two guys do it in the same year would be fun."

"Most importantly we want to win the game," Massaquoi said, "but long term, looking back on it, it would be something nice to have."

That doesn't mean Stafford is anticipating a nice reward for getting the ball to his top two targets so often should Massaquoi and Green finish with 1,000 yards apiece.

"I'm expecting something," he said, "but I don't think I'll get it."

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