Quarterback Aaron Murray sees no reason why Georgia's offense can't surpass the big numbers it posted last year.
The Bulldogs return all but one starter from a team that set a school record in scoring, won the Southeastern Conference Eastern Division and finished 12-2 to rank fifth in The Associated Press' final poll.
With Georgia's spring game one week away, Murray believes depth at each position will pay dividends as several starters and role players are learning new positions and accepting more responsibility.
''It's pretty smart rotating guys in, seeing who fits with who, especially with the offensive line,'' Murray said this week. ''They always want to get a set guy in there. This is the time you want to experiment.''
Murray said he hasn't been too concerned with personnel groupings this spring because he knows coach Mark Richt and offensive coordinator Mike Bobo want him to concentrate on his timing.
''I don't even know half the time who's where - running back, receiver, ...