Found November 26, 2012 on
The Lady Sportswriter:
Call it ‘fear’. Call it ‘curious’. Call it ‘absurd’. But, whatever you decide to call it, it won’t likely change the decision of Georgia quarterback Aaron Murray to not make himself available to the media this week. Georgia’s record-setting quarterback has decided not to talk to the media this week as the No. 3-ranked Bulldogs’ prepare for Saturday’s monumental matchup against No. 2 Alabama in the SEC Championship game. According to Claude Felton, UGA’s director of sports communications, Murray “has requested that he be relieved of interview duties this week and Coach Richt has approved. . . . Apologies.” Murray will apparently be available after Saturday’s game. To be honest, this is hardly an amazing turn of events for the team’s most affable player. Quite frankly, I say good for him. Who needs another barrage of ‘can you win the big game’ questions to go along with the rest of the chaos already surrounding the team’s matchup with Alabama this weekend? A matchup that many
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