This poses the perfect nightmare scenario, if you’re a Georgia fan.
… He does give UF more options under center, though. And with more options, there’s a greater chance that the problems Gators have had at quarterback basically since Tim Tebow left will finally be solved.
One way those options could play in Georgia’s favor is if the Gators are still playing musical chairs at QB by the time the WLOCP is played. If you have two quarterbacks, you have no quarterbacks, as the old cliché goes. A Florida offense still trying to find its identity could be red meat for what figures to be a fantastic Bulldogs defense…
You can see it coming a mile away, can’t you? Zaire doesn’t emerge as Florida’s starting quarterback in August and the Gator offense continues at the same level it’s been at for a while, only to see him kept under wraps during the bye week leading up to the Cocktail Party, when he gets his first start of the season, throws only ten passes, rushes for over 100 yards… yada, yada, yada.
There are times when I really hate college football.