“The quarterback competition has to go into August,” he said after the second of UGA’s three scrimmages.
That means for the second year in a row Georgia will not publicly know who its starting signal caller will be before the start of fall camp in early August. Unlike last season, the Bulldogs have a challenging opening game in North Carolina.
Incumbent starter Greyson Lambert has primarily played with the No. 1 unit this spring. Brice Ramsey, the back up last season, has split time with the No. 1 and No. 2 units. True freshman Jacob Eason has primarily run with the No. 3 unit this spring.