Georgia Bulldogs coach Mark Richt says sophomore David Andrews has nailed down the starting center job left vacant by four-year starter Ben Jones.
"To me he’s solidified that job," Richt said. "We went into camp hoping he would be the guy. … I think it’s the best combination for Georgia for him to be the center and I think he’ll do a good job."
Andrews played in 10 games as a freshman last season. The other option would appear to be junior Chris Burdette, who is also seeing time at guard in preseason camp.
Dawg Sports has said that there won't be much improvement in the offensive line this season after losing Jones, who was drafted by the Houston Texans.
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