Dan Mullen understands one of the biggest variables to Saturday’s game in Jacksonville is how Georgia deploys its quarterbacks, and who, between Stetson Bennett and JT Daniels, gets the start and the bulk of the action.

Mullen on Wednesday’s SEC coaches media teleconference shared how Florida is approaching that situation from a defensive standpoint.

“They’re going to run their offense with either guy in the game,” Mullen said. “I think it’s understanding which guy is in the game — schematically it’s not going to be a big change — it’s understanding what this guy brings to the table. … Even if you run the same play with 2 different quarterbacks, they’re going to bring different strengths to it.”

For his part, Georgia coach Kirby Smart continues to refer to practice performance and availability when he deflects questions that a decision has not been made about the position.