Could Georgia Use A Multi-QB System in 2016?

 

USATSI_9268324_168381178_lowres-650x342With a season-opening match-up against a Top 25 North Carolina team looming and incoming freshman star Jacob Eason maybe not quite ready to take over full time, could a multiple-QB system be in the making for the Bulldogs when they hit the Georgia Dome to face the Tarheels? It worked back in 2006 when then-freshman phenom Matthew Stafford started his career between the hedges. He spent the first few games rotating snaps with two veteran signal callers before taking over for good in mid-October. The rest was history for Stafford and the Bulldogs. Could new Head Coach Kirby Smart follow the same path with the kid most UGA fans are comparing to the current starter for the NFL’s Detroit Lions?

Bleacher Report’s Barrett Sallee gives some compelling reasons for Smart to ease the freshman into the mix, like former coach Mark Richt did with Stafford. Click here to read the story and decide for yourself, Dawg fans! Do you want to see Eason get the start in the 2016 Chick-fil-A Kickoff Classic or would you rather start one of the veterans and allow Eason time to adapt?

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