After a 43-0 blowout, you'd expect some changes to the depth chart, but there's not much different about this week's two-deep. Here are a few highlights, if you wish to call them that:
• Warren Norman and Zac Stacy are still listed as co-starters at running back; both started against Georgia as Vandy went with a two-receiver set with Cole and Umoh and true freshman Jonathan Krause first off the bench.
• Senior center Joey Bailey will likely sit out the South Carolina game with injury, which means true freshman Logan Stewart would likely start in his place. Other than quarterback, center is probably the last position you want a true freshman. Caldwell said another true freshman, James Kittredge, might also get a look there, and that redshirt sophomore Jabo Burrow has been snapping the ball in practice and could be used in an emergency.
• After losing his starting job to Caleb Welchans in the third game of the season, Burrow is back at starting left guard, with Welchans listed as backup to both Burrow at guard and Ryan Seymour at right tackle.
• Senior Adam Smotherman played on Saturday and could get the start, as could junior T.J. Greenstone, who's missed the past two games to injury. They'd replace redshirt sophomores Rob Lohr and Colt Nichter.
• Senior Nate Campbell is listed as a starter at outside linebacker and Chris Marve's backup in the middle. Of the five redshirt sophomore linebackers — Tristan Strong, DeAndre Jones, Dexter Daniels, Archibald Barnes and Micah Powell — only Strong and Barnes are listed on the depth chart; those guys have been a real disappointment so far. True freshman Chase Garnham is still second-team at OLB.
• True freshman free safety Kenny Ladler continues to fend off redshirt freshman Jay Fullam, who started the first two games. Two more true freshmen, safety Andre Simmons and corner Steven Clarke, are two-deep in the secondary, and classmates Karl Butler and Andre Hal are seeing plenty of time on special teams.