In the world of college football, a program becomes elite when it’s determined they never rebuild, they just reload every season. The Georgia Football program, under the direction of head coach Kirby Smart, has officially reached that status.

Winning the last two national championships speak louder than anything else would for reaching reload territory. Knowing that, even with the ability to have five-star recruits ready to replace other blue-chippers, there are those players who leave an ever-lasting impact on the program that’s hard to replace.

Such is the life for Kirby Smart these days, as he has to find a quarterback to replace Stetson Bennett, who led the Bulldogs to consecutive College Football Playoff titles. According to Georgia beat writer Marc Weiszer, Smart has a plan to have an open competition for the starting QB job during spring football.