Georgia did some depth chart reshuffling of its own, as Jakar Hamilton was moved ahead of Nick Williams at one of the starting safety spots.
It doesn’t sound like we’ve heard the last of that yet, either.
“It depends on what day it is, I guess,” Richt said. “As of Friday or Saturday, we were feeling like DeAngelo would start at nose. … DeAngelo could play end and (Justin Anderson) and Kwame (Geathers) could move up in a heartbeat, too.”
It’s going to be a real contrast in studies this year – barring injuries, stability ought to be the order of the day on offense, while the defense looks to be in a state of flux for some time.