Georgia Football: The Five Two-Quarterback Seasons

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Apr 12, 2014; Athens, GA, USA; Georgia Bulldogs quarterback Faton Bauta (10) throws the ball during the second half of the Georgia Spring Game at Sanford Stadium. The Red team won 27-24. Mandatory Credit: Dale Zanine-USA TODAY Sports

Could 2015 be a two quarterback season for Georgia football? Dawn of the Dawg reviews Georgia’s two quarterback seasons of the past.

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With three quarterbacks vying for the starting spot, Georgia fans are whispering about a two-quarterback system in 2015. Playing two quarterback’s is a risky proposition. And there’s the old adage, if you are playing two quarterbacks, you don’t have a quarterback.

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Some coaches don’t seem to care how many quarterbacks they play. Steve Spurrier once famously alternated quarterbacks every other play. Some coaches appear less concerned about leadership. Not Georgia Football Head Coach Mark Richt.

Richt wants a clear number one starter and as soon as possible. He wants the offense to have one leader, he wants one quarterback to receive the preponderance of preparation time. But ultimately, it’s up to the players to sort the situation out.

Georgia has used two quarterbacks in place of one before. The results are mixed. Here are the Dawgs two quarterback seasons.

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