Dawgs could turn to freshman QB in '06
Mark Richt has elevated Georgia to top dog status is the SEC, but can the Dawgs stay there with a freshman QB at the helm?
Updated: March 15, 2006, 2:22 PM ETBy Chris Low | Special to ESPN.com
The last time somebody not named David Greene or D.J. Shockley was playing quarterback at Georgia, the Southeastern Conference had a distinctly different look.
The year was 2000, and Jim Donnan was in his final season as Georgia's head coach. Mark Richt was still calling plays at Florida State.
In fact, Auburn's Tommy Tuberville, Arkansas' Houston Nutt and Tennessee's Phillip Fulmer were the only three head coaches in the league still in their current jobs.
Tom Hauck/Icon SMIFreshman Matt Stafford is in the thick of Georgia's QB battle.
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