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The Lady Sportswriter:
What’s most telling about Murray’s statement is that he admits to working more on his speed. While Georgia has stockpiled some nice offensive weapons for 2013, I fully expect to see Murray do more on offense with his legs this season, especially after seeing the accolades showered upon Johnny Manziel (Texas A&M) and Braxton Miller (Ohio State). Do I expect him to reach the numbers of either of the two guys mentioned? No, but I do look for him to use what he’s got to make a statement to not only the college football prognosticators, but to NFL execs as well; that message being: I’m more than a pocket-passing quarterback, I have the potential to be the next Russell Wilson. Murray came back to help Georgia win, but he also came back to try one last time to show that he has the goods to be every bit as successful at the pro level. He’s putting it all on the line in 2013 and I’d certainly bet on him doing big things, provided he stays healthy.
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Aaron Murray has had a very successful career at Georgia. Going into his red-shirt senior season he has thrown for over 10,000 yards, 95 TDs and has led the Bulldogs to two straight SEC Championship Games with the team going 22-6 over the last two years. In addition to the success he's had on the field, he's also had success off of the field as he earned his bachelor'...
I know we already talked about Aaron Murray once this week but I came across an interesting link and thought I would share it. I've recently started to follow Chris Brown's great site Smart Football. Occasionally Chris shoots out some links posts and today he made one that linked to a site called Football Perspective. In this link, Football Perspective took a look at the...
Aaron Murray from Christmas, 2011. Just because.
If you've been eagerly awaiting for Aaron Murray's next bout of Spring Break mischief, you're going to be disappointed. The Georgia starting quarterback will be spending his spring break from school in Norman, Oklahoma with quarterback "guru" George Whitfield.
Murray will be working on his quarterbacking...
Paris Bostick, 6’1 217lb Safety, is the next Georgia Bulldog signee that we are going to take a look at. Bostick is from Tampa, FL where he played his high school football at Plant (Home of Aaron Murray and Orson Charles). He was coached by Robert Weiner during his high school career. At the end of Bostick’s senior season he was named to the PrepStar All-Southeast Region team...
Aaron Murray has mastered the art of the press conference:
[Video Courtesy of Mike Reiter]
Winter workout video:
[Video Courtesy of Georgia Dawgs]
Ray Drew talks about coach Wilson, his diet and spring break behavior:
[Video Courtesy of Jeremy Lin]