Greyson Lambert will remain Georgia starter

The Georgia Bulldogs have had a pretty rough go of things when it comes to their quarterback position. Virginia transfer Greyson Lambert has looked like one of the best quarterbacks in the country at times, while other times he could have certainly played much better.

The latter was the case on Saturday when UGA hosted the Alabama Crimson Tide.

Lambert was only 10-24 with 86 yards and an interception. Brice Ramsey came in and replaced him, only to go 1-6 with two interceptions, one of which was returned for a touchdown.

On Wednesday, Georgia offensive coordinator Brian Schottenheimer announced that team would continue on with Lambert as the starter, but they will begin to use a two-quarterback system.

Ramsey will see playing time in every game from here on out.

Both quarterbacks struggled against one of the best defenses in the country last weekend, so there’s reason to believe that they will both play much better when the team travels to Knoxville to play Tennessee.

What do you think Georgia fans? Should Ramsey be getting the start? Should either of them be playing? Should third-string quarterback Faton Bauta get a chance to play?

[H/T: College Spun]

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