Seth Emerson mentions something in his early look at Georgia’s cornerbacks: “The other thing we don’t know is whether the new staff will want to pick starters and roll with them, or go on a week-to-week basis, as Jeremy Pruitt did.”
Pruitt did that, I assume, out of need more than general philosophy. His first year was marked by a shortage of talent and his second by an infusion of green talent. Mixing and matching from week to week was a logical approach both from a motivational standpoint and simply in order to get a handle on the best allocation of his resources.
But as the depth chart indicates, there is some experience and stability for Tucker to work with, certainly more than Pruitt had. Does that lead to a change of approach?