From the AP/Sporting News:
Steve Spurrier's newest strategy for No. 2 Georgia? Two quarterbacks and a bunch of young receivers [emphasis mine].I think the Palmetto Scoop's Adam Fogle lays out just how optimistic this strategy is:
South Carolina's coach ended much of the mystery as to which of the quarterbacks would start against the Bulldogs (2-0). He said he would probably play both Tommy Beecher and Chris Smelley.
The Head Ball Coach announced today that he would go to a two-quarterback system against the University of Georgia this weekend, hoping to rebound from a catastrophic loss to Vanderbilt. Those two quarterbacks will be Chris Smelley and Tommy Beecher, who have combined for a woeful six interceptions in two games.Should we be surprised? This is the same ball coach that swore an NFL team would be just fine going to the mat with the 3-headed monster of Danny Wuerfell, Shane Matthews and Patrick Ramsey. We all know how that little experiment turned out.
Hang on tight, Cock fans. You're in for a helluva ride.