Found March 08, 2013 on
College Football Zealots:
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 best passing seasons since 2005. Who do you think was the best QB in 2012 based on their criteria?
If you guessed Aaron Murray then you are right. The list has three former Heisman winners (Tebow- 2007, Bradford- 2008, RG3- 2011) in the top five so it definitely has some validity.
Overall, Aaron Murray's 2012 season ranked as the #8 overall season since 2005. Not bad for a guy that "can't win the big one." When you look at Aaron Murray he took some really good steps forward in 2012. He had the highest completion percentage of his career (3.4% over 2010), he threw for over 70...
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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...
Georgia Bulldogs Aaron Murray looks great on the playing field, but not so much in the outtakes of this trick shot video.
Why, exactly, is Georgia's Aaron Murray decked out in Oklahoma gear?
Even though I know it’s all in good fun, I must admit I felt myself cringe a little when I saw this photo of Aaron Murray wearing a (gulp) Sooner’s helmet. Murray, in case you didn’t know, is in Oklahoma this week working out and getting tips from well-known QB coach, George Whitfield. Related articles Georgia Football: Aaron Murray, “I feel like I’ve been here ages”
During his Thursday presser, coach Mark Richt addressed the pay raises for his staff, what he told his players about staying out of trouble during Spring Break, and how much input he really has into the Georgia offense—funny he addressed that one since there’s a large faction of Georgia fans who still believe Richt is running the show on offense and Bobo. In any event, it was...
Honestly, and I’m just thinking out loud here, with Josh Harvey-Clemons talking about Todd Grantham potentially using him based on who the Bulldogs play from week-to-week, it made me wonder if we’ll be seeing any elements of the 3-3-5 to go along with Grantham’s 3-4 this season; with Georgia having lost some key personnel up front and in the secondary, using such a scheme,...