Found December 14, 2012 on The Lady Sportswriter:
Christian LeMay arrived at Georgia a highly-touted, championship winning, statistically impressive quarterback hailing out of  North Carolina’s Butler High School. However, since that arrival, he’s not only fallen behind a walk-on, Parker Welch, but seems to be in jeopardy of being ost on the depth chart altogether. That change in stature is due in large part to LeMay’s inconsistent performances this season. He doesn’t yet have a good feel for the offense, looks painfully uncomfortable running plays, and his overall approach to the position hasn’t shown those who once envisioned him as the future at quarterback for Georgia, that he’ll be ready anytime soon. That said, with Aaron Murray potentially staying one more season, Hutson Mason pegged as his heir apparent (assuming he’s still willing to wait around), and Brice Ramsey lurking as the “next” big thing—and not to mention Faton Bauta coming on strong–some may be wondering if LeMay isn’t thinking he would benefit from a change of sc

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