You guys know I’m not a program insider. Nor do I have any particular claim to a direct line on what’s going on inside Mark Richt’s head. All I can go on is what the man has to say, until events otherwise prove that to be wrong.
So I didn’t read anything into the quarterback rotation at Georgia’s first scrimmage, because Richt and the quarterbacks have all said they’re being rotated equally around the three teams.
And guess what? It turns out that’s exactly what happened at the scrimmage.
Quarterback Jacob Park. His numbers Saturday were good — four of seven for 187 yards and a touchdown — but it came with the third string offense against the third string defense.
Is that a sure-sign he’s trailing Brice Ramsey and Faton Bauta in the QB race? Not necessarily because Ramsey said that the practice by practice QB rotation was set for the order Saturday to be Ramsey, Bauta, Park.
There’s nothing to indicate that Richt has made his mind up about a starter yet. (In fact, Seth Emerson’s been harping on a couple of reasons why Richt may be in no real hurry to make that call.) But if you’re into playing armchair psychiatrist, I doubt anything like that will sound convincing. Meanwhile, the rest of us will wait. There’s plenty of time.