1:44 pm September 10, 2009, by Mark Bradley
According to Claude Felton, Georgia’s Hall of Fame publicist, Internet reports that Logan Gray will start at quarterback against South Carolina are untrue. In an e-mail, Felton writes: “Joe is starting.”
Then, being a Hall of Famer and therefore an exponent of utter clarity, Felton added this: “Cox, not Tereshinski.”
If you’re reading this, you’re probably aware that the Gray-to-start rumors have been all over the ‘Net and Twitter all morning. The basis: A post on a Georgia fan site (that spiraled with the usual viral Internet effect) suggesting Gray had been taking more snaps in practice this week and that Cox had a bum shoulder. Which would, if true, make him one unlucky Joe.
He waits three years to become Georgia’s No. 1 quarterback and then, in the span of a week, gets the flu but plays anyway and loses in Stillwater. And now he’s No. 1 no longer?
According to Felton, Cox is still No. 1. And now you’re up to date.
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