On Saturday, we all learned that Georgia Bulldogs quarterback Aaron Murray should stick to passing rather than going for any sort of career in golf.
Despite a lot of the recruiting success that Mark Richt and the Georgia Bulldogs have been experiencing, there are still a few needs that need to be addressed. One of them is to find a top offensive tackle to play opposite John Theus on the line. The target at the top of Georgia's list is three-star recruit Dyshon Sims (Valdosta, Ga./Lowndes).
Theus made a big impact on the Dawgs offensive
Georgia QB Aaron Murray heads into the 2013 season with plenty of weaponry around him and coming off a season where Georgia finished about 4.5 yards away from being SEC champions and earning the right to play Notre Dame for the National Championship. While the Bulldogs lose a lot of talent on defense, the offense returns a lot of its playmakers including stud sophomore Todd Gurley...