QB Rotation On Deck for Georgia?

ATHENS - Ten years ago, David Greene threw five straight incompletions against Vanderbilt and Richt brought in D.J. Shockley in a game he rotated every third series.

Could there be a rotation now at quarterback to boost a sputtering passing game? Richt hasn’t ruled that out this week.

Asked if there’s plan to play Brice Ramsey against Vanderbilt, Richt said: “A plan to? I don’t know. We’re just practicing everybody like usual, and we’ll figure that out Thursday night when we talk.”

Georgia won the SEC title in 2002 rotating Greene and Shockley in 10 of 14 games but the other options at quarterback are both inexperienced and untested: redshirt freshman Ramsey and redshirt sophomore Faton Bauta.

"I've done it over the years,” Richt said. “I was used to doing it at Florida State and then when I got here we did it with Shock because that's kind of what I was used to doing. Greene was playing and the second team guy was getting a little work, so I was kind of used to it but over time I don't think Mike felt quite as strong about it so we kind of got away from it but it's not a bad thing to do."

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