Still no front-runner in battle for Georgia’s starting QB
ATHENS, Ga. (AP) – Georgia coach Mark Richt is eager to name a starting quarterback.
He just hasn’t seen enough from the three contenders to make a decision.
After the Bulldogs held their second scrimmage of preseason camp on Saturday, Richt said he’s starting to think the quarterback battle will extend into the season.
Georgia, which is considered one of the top contenders in the Southeastern Conference, opens at home Sept. 5 against Louisiana Monroe.
Richt says there is still no front-runner in the battle between redshirt sophomore Brice Ramsey, junior Greyson Lambert and junior Faton Bauta.
The coach says when he makes "a big decision, I like to have peace."
But, he goes on to say, "I don’t have that right now."