Stetson Bennett Celebrates National Championship Win By Working At Raising Cane's... Again!

Chicken fingers with a side of Georgia history.

Stetson Bennett Raising Canes

Raising Cane's

Another Georgia title meant another shift at Raising Cane’s for Bulldogs quarterback Stetson Bennett. 

On Thursday, Bennett celebrated his second national title, once again, at Raising Cane’s in Athens, much to the delight of hundreds of excited Georgia fans.

Bennett, who led the Bulldog offense to the most points ever scored in a national championship game Monday, was all smiles as he made his first public appearance following his team’s 65-7 win over the TCU Horned Frogs.

The hard-working quarterback was joined by Raising Cane’s Founder Todd Graves to take orders and serve meals in the drive thru and front counter. He even shared an iconic moment with a customer, announcing that their order total “will be $65 and 7 cents” while working the drive-thru window. 

“This has been an amazing season, and winning back-to-back national championships seems almost like a dream,” Bennett said in a statement. “Seeing all these Georgia fans at Raising Cane’s is a great way to celebrate and share it with the most rabid Bulldog fans—the students.”

Last year, Bennett rang in his first national championship title by trading in his helmet for a headset to work a shift at the Louisiana-based fast food chain known for its chicken fingers and secret-recipe Cane Sauce. 

“Stetson represents the best in college football, and at Raising Cane’s we like to celebrate with champions,” Graves, a Georgia-alum, said. “He has forever burned his name into college football lore and has a bright future. We are thrilled he could once again spend some time with us and his fans at Cane’s before he starts his next chapter.”

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