SEC's best offense in 2013:
If I had to pick a returning offense to have in 2013, I’m going with Georgia’s. This unit averaged 467.6 yards and 37.8 points per game, and just about all of the working parts return. For starters, I’d get arguably the SEC’s top returning quarterback in Aaron Murray. Last season, he became the first SEC player to throw for 3,000 yards in three consecutive seasons. And with a host of receiving weapons returning, my money is on him making it four straight seasons with 3,000 passing yards.
Trusted receiver Tavarres King might be gone, but Malcolm Mitchell and Michael Bennett are both back. Mitchell has the talent to be the best in the league, and he’s sticking with offense, while Bennett should be back to normal after going down with an ACL injury last fall. Remember, he was one of the top receivers in the league before his injury. Chris Conley could be up for a breakout season at receiver. The coaches are excited about Justin Scott-Wesley’s potential and speed, and junior college transfer Jonathan Rumph has big play written all over him. Oh, and the running tandem of Todd Gurley and Keith Marshall (2,144 rushing yards and 25 touchdowns) returns, and should be even better. The entire starting offensive line is back as well, so I’ll take my chances with the Bulldogs’ offense in 2013.
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