The Georgia fans had to wait until the fourth quarter last Saturday, but they got what they came for.
A glimpse of the not-so-distant future.
Freshman quarterback Matthew Stafford trotted onto the field and was greeted with a thunderous roar at Sanford Stadium in an otherwise ho-hum 48-12 dismantling of Western Kentucky.
It was Georgia head coach Mark Richt's way of saying that Stafford is going to be the Bulldogs' quarterback at some point this season, even if Richt won't say it ...
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