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ATHENS - Georgia WR Justin Scott-Wesley talks about Georgia's game against Tennessee.

Making the case for sitting Todd Gurley this Saturday

Before the 2013 college football season even began, the Heisman watch was firmly centered on five elite quarterbacks and one freakishly talented defensive end. For the most part, little has been done to put that list into question during the first month of the season, excluding the relative ineffectiveness of a certain defensive stalwart from the University of South Carolina. Yet...

After defeating LSU, Georgia is definitely in the BCS Championship discussion

This Week in College Footbal, Vol. VI – The Dawgs looked at their schedule and were hoping to be relevant after four weeks. Well they are there, now what do they do with it? Georgia had to play three top 8 teams in the first four weeks and ended up 3-1, including their win last week vs. then ranked #6 LSU in Athens 44-41.  They are now ranked #6 in most of the polls and in the...

Aaron Murray the ice cream man

Georgia quarterback Aaron Murray was not sacked once during the Bulldogs' thrilling 44-41 win over SEC rival LSU on Saturday. And no sacks for the quarterbacks means free ice cream for the O-line. To express his gratitude to the Dawgs' hogs, Murray, who threw for 298 yards and four touchdowns in the game, took his entire offensive line out for some Ben & Jerry's...

Richt, Georgia Defeat LSU and Stay in SEC Hunt

Georgia (@USATODAYsports) When two top-10 Southeastern Conference teams play, we usually expect great things. Georgia and LSU certainly did not disappoint this afternoon, as the #9 Bulldogs hosted the #6 Tigers. Traditionally, both schools have been known for their defense but today, it was all offense. Both Aaron Murray and Zack Mettenberger had incredible games, and led their...

QB Murray keeps No. 6 Georgia's offense moving

There was a sense of confident calm around Georgia's offense on Tuesday even as the Bulldogs prepared for the possibility of being without star running back Todd Gurley at Tennessee on Saturday. Quarterback Aaron Murray is the main reason the offense hasn't missed a beat. Murray kept the offense moving after the No. 6 Bulldogs lost top receiver Malcolm Mitchell for the...

Aaron Murray Took Georgia Offensive Line Out for Ice Cream After Not Getting Sacked Against LSU (Photos)

Georgia quarterback Aaron Murray was not sacked once during the Bulldogs’ thrilling 44-41 win over SEC rival LSU on Saturday. And no sacks for the quarterbacks means free ice cream for the O-line. To express his gratitude to the Dawgs’ hogs, Murray, who threw for 298 yards and four touchdowns in the game, took his entire offensive line out for some Ben & Jerry’s on Monday...

Photo: Aaron Murray rewards offensive line by taking them out for ice cream

Georgia Bulldogs quarterback Aaron Murray knows how to reward the people who keep him safe. After Georgia's 44-41 victory over LSU on Saturday, a game in which the Bulldogs offensive line allowed no sacks, Murray decided to take his blockers out for some ice cream on Monday. And not just any ice cream, guys, Ben & Jerry's. You can't get ice cream any better...

Photos: Aaron Murray Took His O-Line Out For Ice Cream After Not Getting Sacked vs. LSU

Many people think that wide receivers are quarterbacks’ best friends, but there a few other people that QBs might tell you matter even more: offensive linemen. Georgia’s Aaron Murray has great appreciation for his offensive line, which has done a stellar job at protecting him so far in 2013. Against LSU this past weekend, Murray was not sacked at all. To acknowledge and celebrate...

Georgia Football: Aaron Murray Means Aims to Keep His Focus

While most of the country is looking for a “letdown” for the Georgia Bulldogs, quarterback Aaron Murray’s plan is to keep on doing what he’s been doing all season: making plays and keeping the offense running like a well-oiled point machine—even…Read more →

Photos: Aaron Murray takes offensive line out for ice cream after LSU win

Georgia Bulldogs quarterback Aaron Murray bought ice cream for his offensive line after their stellar play against LSU.

Dawgs Waiting on Gurley, Matthews

ATHENS - Tailback Todd Gurley isn’t the only prominent Georgia starter who could miss Saturday’s game at Tennessee.

Georgia Football: Ray Drew Talks Defensive Success Against the Run

There were some bright spots to speak of on the Georgia defensive front—aside from the stellar play of Leonard Floyd who continues to be an absolute monster off the edge—as both Ray Drew and Chris Mayes have begun to make…Read more →

Georgia Must Avoid Letdown Against Scrappy Tennessee Team

The No. 6 Georgia Bulldogs (3-1, 2-0 SEC) pulled out a huge win against another ranked opponent last week. The 44-41 victory over the LSU Tigers is still resonating around Athens. But for a team that has shown they really can't do much to stop anyone's offense, Georgia must be careful in Knoxville this week. The Tennessee Volunteers (3-2, 0-1 SEC) are hungry, and if the Bulldogs...
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