He may not. According to head coach Mark Richt it all depends on the situation.
“We told him that we would like to get this done, but we are not going to promise that it's going to happen because circumstances sometimes change,” Richt said.
Richt said the team toyed with the idea of inserting Ramsey a drive earlier than the Bulldogs did in the season-opening win against UL Monroe. But Georgia had the ball on its three-yard line. Richt and his coaches waited a drive.
Ramsey, the redshirt sophomore that is currently second on the depth chart behind starter Greyson Lambert, led the Bulldogs to a touchdown on his lone drive, which ended with a 31-yard screen pass to Sony Michel. Ramsey came in for a series against Vanderbilt last season in the second quarter. Georgia scored a touchdown on that drive as well, as Todd Gurley capped it off with a 14-yard touchdown.
Lambert doesn’t mind if Ramsey gets a series or two. He pointed to Ramsey’s results and the team’s win as to why he is OK with a break in the game.
“He went in and played really well and got us a score,” Lambert said. “However we can win, that is all I care about.”