… but Gary Danielson begs to differ.
“They are navigating waters that no one knows how to do,” Danielson said. “This new rule of four games – the unintended consequences – are being dealt with all through college football. All the coaches are flying blind. Players are trying to figure out what to do.”
Danielson cited the Georgia Bulldogs as an example.
Kirby Smart’s team utilized both Jake Fromm and Justin Fields last week in a win over Tennessee. The SEC on CBS analyst believes the Bulldogs are preparing for No. 1 Alabama.
“I think Georgia is going to settle on a two-quarterback system,” he said. “I think the Georgia is getting ready for Alabama. They are getting ready for LSU. I think the way they are looking at this is we are our best when we play both.
“I think Alabama, in a tight game, does not play both. They may go with a change-up with Jalen Hurts, but I think Tua is their best chance. I think when Georgia looks at a game, their best chance is to play both of them.”
Georgia is getting ready for Alabama? Kinda cocky, doncha think?