If seeing how much of an effect Pruitt’s simplification of the defense has had is the first thing I’ll be looking for at G-Day, Seth Emerson hits on the second one.
There hasn’t been a real and important quarterback competition for four years on the Georgia football team. Not for starter. Not even for backup.
Now there is one, for the first time since Aaron Murray beat out fellow freshman Zach Mettenberger in the spring of 2010.
It really is going to be a strange feeling watching Bauta and Ramsey go at it. Then again, I’m looking forward to all the expertise that’s bound to be on display in message boards and blog comment threads about how G-Day once again revealed who should be the starter. Unleash the hounds!