Found June 07, 2012 on The Lady Sportswriter:
PLAYERS: Aaron Murray
TEAMS: Georgia Bulldogs
Buck Belue, he of “give-it-to-Herschel-and-we-can-win-a-championship” fame, has a little advice for Aaron Murray this season. …If protection breaks down, wrap it up and go down. Don’t try to fit it in tight windows. Scramble, but protect the ball, on the run. Turning it over a bunch just doesn’t make good sense this season. The Bulldogs’ defense will be forcing a lot of “three and outs.” Grantham will be turning up the heat. So, they should be forcing some turnovers, right? Big John Jenkins is going to push ’em around up front. Alex Ogletree will be in attack mode. They should be able to cover. The defense is looking tough. So, punting won’t be a terrible thing. In fact, the offense can expect to get the ball back, with even better field position. Or maybe take the field, after a turnover. Remember Kenny Rogers singing The Gambler: “If you’re going to play the game, boy. You’ve got to learn to play it right. You’ve got to know when to hold ’em, know when to fold ’em. Know when

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