Posted September 18, 2012 on
ATHENS - Georgia QB Aaron Murray meets with reporters about the game with Vandy.
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After three games, the stars of the offense and defense, respectively—Aaron Murray and Jarvis Jones—are right where they should be. According to ESPN.com, early analysis on both Jones and Murray is that both are likely to go in the first three rounds (Murray in the third and Jones in the first), but there is still enough good football left to be played that the verdict is still...
After a weekend that brought us nothing but upsets, the new AP Top 25 has been released. Let’s look at some of the major movements that will impact how teams will handle their respective seasons moving forward.
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Georgia sits at 3-0 after torching Buffalo, Mizzou, and Florida Atlantic in the opening weeks of the college football season. And while each of those games had their moments of head-scratching frustration, the general consensus is as follows: the offensive line is better than expected, the run game is as good as its ever been, and the defense is just about ready to hit its stride...
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- The SWRT roundup of SEC news.
Swearinger banhammered by the SEC.
South Carolina free safety D.J. Swearinger has been suspended by the SEC for a helmet-to-helmet hit against UAB wide receiver Patrick Hearn. (AP via Yahoo! Sports)
Aaron Murray's Heisman hopes.
Even if Georgia fails to win the SEC conference title, starting quarterback...