Georgia to play two QBs against Auburn

The two-quarterback system will return for yet another Georgia game.
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Considering the calendar is soon to hit mid-November and Georgia continues to shuffle its quarterbacks, it's safe to say the team does not have a player capable of successfully running the offense. 

At least its opponent this week has the same issue heading into Saturday's game. 

Bulldog head coach Mark Richt had this to say about his quarterback position when asked about playing more than one player under center.

“Yeah I think you will, they’ll definitely be more than one guy taking snaps back there,” Richt said during the SEC coaches teleconference Wednesday.

Richt went on to say Greyson Lambert and Brice Ramsey would be the two players taking those snaps against Auburn this weekend. 
The Georgia coach also praised third string quarterback Faton Bauta for volunteering to play free safety last week leading up to the Kentucky game. He simply wanted to help the team however possible. He's a true “Georgia Man” according to Richt. 

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