Georgia needs a spark. Trailing 16-0 at halftime, Georgia coach Kirby Smart said he would be open to benching Jake Fromm for freshman Justin Fields. “If we feel like we can get a spark, we certainly will,” Smart said at halftime. The No. 2-ranked Bulldogs entered Saturday’s game against LSU averaging 42.8 points and 485 yards per game. In the first half against the No. 13-ranked Tigers, Georgia 124 total yards and was held scoreless. Fromm started the second half and led the Bulldogs to a six-minute drive, which resulted in a 40-yard field goal for Georgia’s first points. Mark Heim is a sports reporter for The Alabama Media Group. Follow him on Twitter @Mark_Heim.