"Coach (Steve) Spurrier will certainly run some tight-end sets, some basic offensive sets, and that's Dewberry's strength is to play over tight ends," head coach Mark Richt said. "So he'll be ready to go, and there's some special teams work where he'll maybe not plug in as a starter, but he'll certainly get some reps."
Georgia's first two opponents ran spread offenses, which mean the strong-side linebacker – Dewberry's position – didn't see much action. This week, Deweberry will battle Akeem Dent for playing time against South Carolina's more traditional sets, but Richt said he still wasn't sure who would get the starting nod.
"I don't even know who Coach (John Jancek) is starting between (Dewberry) and Dent," Richt said. "They're both going to play. I think it'll be a pretty close – I would imagine close to 50-50 because they're both capable and experienced playing that position."