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We're gonna miss photos of Aaron Murray like this if he goes pro.
The end of the college football season is quickly approaching. With it comes the dealing with juniors debating whether or not to stay in school for another year, or announce that they're entering the NFL Draft. One such case is Georgia starting quarterback Aaron Murray, who claims he hasn't decided yet whether he'll be back between the Hedges in 2013.
“I’ve had friends and everyone ask that,” Murray said Tuesday. “I’m
like, ‘I don’t know.’ I’m not worried about that until after the season
and then I’ll sit down with my family and make the best decision for
myself and my future. I’m having too much fun right now. This season has
been awesome. We still have so much ahead of us and so much excitement
that I really don’t even have time to think about anything else. I’m
just living in the moment.”
Murray already has an bachelor's degree in psychology, and has been working on
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