Georgia football to bust out black jerseys against Mississippi State

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Georgia will wear black jerseys against Auburn.

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Georgia has worn the black jerseys once before in the Smart era, as the Bulldogs wore it in a 35-21 win over Lousiana-Lafayette in 2016.

While the mystery about what the Bulldogs will be wearing has been solved, one of the biggest questions is still what the quarterback situation will look like. Georgia has multiple options it could go with — JT Daniels, Stetson Bennett or D’Wan Mathis.

Daniels is widely expected to get the start for Georgia after receiving most of the first-team reps in the past two weeks following Georgia’s loss to Florida. Bennett started that game against Florida but injured his AC joint that limited his effectiveness. Mathis replaced Bennett, but neither were all that strong.

If it is Daniels, it will be the first time this season that he has played after transferring in from USC.

The No. 13 Georgia Bulldogs take on the Mississippi State Bulldogs at 7:30 p.m. ET.

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