ATHENS, Ga. — Georgia quarterback Logan Gray has decided to remain with the Bulldogs after considering a transfer.
The junior wasn't sure he wanted to remain at Georgia after redshirt freshman Aaron Murray was named the No. 1 quarterback coming out of spring practice. But Gray released a statement Wednesday saying he plans to remain in Athens for his final two seasons.
If Gray had transferred, the Bulldogs would've been faced with having a true freshman as Murray's backup. Instead, Gray will give Georgia experience at quarterback, and he's also going to get some work at receiver.