Georgia football faces major problems with quarterback
Athens, Georgia - Will Georgia football lose one of their touted passers this offseason?
One player competing for the starting position is former five-star recruit, Brock Vandagriff.
After the Bulldogs' spring game on Saturday, Vandagriff raised a lot of eyebrows with comments about his future in the program.
"I'm not sure. I guess there's some praying to do. But my plans, for now, are to just take it day by day," the redshirt freshman said.
In his two seasons with Georgia, Vandagriff hasn't played any major snaps behind starter Bennett and backup Carson Beck.
Though he hasn't entered the transfer portal, Vandagriff future with Georgia still lies uncertain, and fans have already taken to the internet with buzzing transfer rumors.
College football fans react to Brock Vandagriff's latest comments
On Monday, college football fans took the internet by storm, sharing their thoughts on Vandagriff's latest comments, with most believing the touted passer should transfer.
"Makes sense for him to transfer out and try and start somewhere," one fan tweeted.
"Georgia. Where 5 star QB's go to die," another fan added.
"I hope Brock stays, but if he loses out on the starting job, it's hard to hold leaving against him," someone else wrote.
"Things are continuing to spiral out of control in Athens. How much longer will Kirby have before it fully implodes?" one college football fan asked.
"UGA keep a good QB recruit challenge: impossible," another sarcastically tweeted.
If Vandagriff does transfer to a different program, the quarterback will look to move outside the SEC conference to immediately start as a quarterback starter this fall.
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