Found April 25, 2013 on
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When Georgia quarterback Aaron Murray decided to return to Athens for his senior season, he changed the entire landscape of this year’s NFL Draft. You could even say he altered the look of free agency as well.
As the college season was winding down, many pundits (myself included) had Murray as the top quarterback in the draft and almost a sure thing to be the No. 1 overall pick of the Kansas City Chiefs. He’d be stepping into a situation where there would be plenty of talent around him to help his development into a stellar NFL starting quarterback and provide a safety net for some would-be rookie mistakes.
It turns out Aaron Murray had different plans. He decided to come back for one more season of college football, presumably to have a shot at winning a national title and potentially a Heisman Trophy. That decision had a butterfly effect on the NFL offseason that will continue through the first round of the NFL Draft tonight.
Once Murray decided to return, a carousel of sorts star...
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Post spring SEC power ranking:
2. Georgia Bulldogs
The big question is on defense, where a virtual all-star team departed Athens over the offseason due to graduation or early departure.
It won't matter.
The personnel on the defensive side of the ball are better...