John Theus wasn’t in the starting lineup for the first time in his college career against Clemson.
The sophomore figures he played “30-something” snaps in a game where Georgia ran 70 offensive plays backing up at offensive right tackle, where he started every game last year as a freshman.
“Honestly, I never felt [more] fresh and I woke up Sunday morning and I felt great,” said Theus, who knew he would be used as part of a rotation. “The night before was the least amount of reps I got in a game in six years.”
Kolton Houston started at right tackle against Clemson and also worked at left tackle.
“I think on a weekly basis we’ll just decide who deserves to start,” Georgia coach Mark Richt said.
Houston lined up at left guard early in practice on Wednesday.
“We like what Kolton’s been doing,” Richt said. “If he is one of the best five, he may end up anywhere just about. He can do that other than center, I would say. I don’t know if he’s going to find one home or not.”