No. 2 QB race open as spring concludes

Now that spring practices are over, Georgia offensive coordinator Mike Bobo plans to meet individually with all the quarterbacks.

“As far as how I set the depth chart out of spring, I don’t know yet,” said Bobo, who coaches quarterbacks. “I can assure you there’s still going to be competition in the fall.”

Redshirt sophomore Faton Bauta and redshirt freshman Brice Ramsey, competing for the No. 2 job, probably got the same number of reps with the first- and second-team units this spring, Bobo said.

“There were probably some days we thought it might be Brice, there were probably some days we thought it be Faton,” coach Mark Richt said. “I don’t know if that’s been settled.”

Added Bobo: ‚ÄúBoth of them have had good days and both have them had not so good days and both of them have had bad days. … The more reps they get the better they‚Äôre going to become. We‚Äôve got the whole summer and 29 practices, so we‚Äôll see what happens.‚Äù

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