Georgia Football: Where is Bulldogs’ Achilles Heel in 2015?

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Quarterbacks: Strength – Low

Player to Watch: Your guess is as good as ours.

After years of watching David Greene, Matthew Stafford, D.J. Shockley and Aaron Murray lead the Bulldogs at quarterback, 2015 has a very different feel to it when it comes to this all-important position.

Almost harkening back to the year of Joe Cox.

Last season Hutson Mason was the efficient “won’t lose a game for you” quarterback, but could never really be counted on to step up and carry the team. The quarterback battle and issues so far this year have been well documented and don’t look to get better anytime soon.

With four scholarship players (for now) battling for the starting job, this may be one of those transitional years where Mark Richt is forced into using a multi-quarterback system, using the strengths of each of his players to suit different situations.

Will Brice Ramsey be handed the job regardless of performance in camp? Will Faton Bauta opt to transfer? Will Jacob Park suddenly realize he’s the most talented QB on the team and play that way? Does newly acquired UVA transfer Greyson Lambert make things better or worse?

It could get ugly, and it could become the thorn in the side of Georgia fans this year. If there’s an Achilles heel to this 2015 team. quarterback looks to be it, and that’s the most surprising QB news to come out of Athens since the Cowboys drafted Quincy Carter.

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