Georgia head coach Mark Richt alluded to it on his radio show Monday night, then reiterated it again during his weekly news conference on Tuesday.

The decision to play two quarterbacks is still on the table.

It’s something Richt is familiar with.

“I’ve done it over the years,” Richt said of playing two quarterbacks. “I was used to doing it at Florida State and then when I got here we did it with Shock [D.J. Shockley] because that’s kind of what I was used to doing. [David] Greene was playing and the second team guy was getting a little work, so I was kind of used to it. But over time I don’t think Mike [Bobo, Georgia’s offensive coordinator and quarterbacks coach] felt quite as strong about it so we kind of got away from it. But it’s not a bad thing to do.”

It’s been no secret that Hutson Mason has unperformed compared to expectations entering the season. Georgia ranks dead last in the SEC in passing yardage and No. 13, ahead of only Vanderbilt, in passing offense. With the success of the running game so far this season, the Bulldogs have become one-dimensional. Its best deep ball threats in Malcolm Mitchell and Justin Scott-Wesley are returning this week from injuries.

“I do think that having Justin and Malcolm is going to help,” Richt said. “I think it’s going to help our current receivers with more depth in practice, they won’t have to run as many routes, and in the game they’ll be more apt to be fresher, too, so we’ll see.”

Freshman Brice Ramsay was the first quarterback on the field behind Mason against Troy, and when asked if there was a plan to play him against the Commodores, Richt said that will be decided on Thursday.

“A plan to? I don’t know,” Richt said. “We are just practicing everybody as usual and we will figure that out Thursday night as we talk.”