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Georgia quarterback Aaron Murray has already endured his share of highs and lows this season.
Two landmark victories over South Carolina and LSU.
A pair of heartbreaking losses to Clemson and Missouri.
Back in September, becoming the SEC's all-time leader in passing yardage.
And on Saturday, the Bulldog extraordinaire became the SEC's all-time leader in total offense against Vanderbilt eclipsing Tim Tebow's former record (12,232 total yards) with a seemingly mundane 7-yard pass to UGA receiver Arthur Lynch.
For good measure against Vandy, Murray tacked on a pair of rushing touchdowns in the first half his third collegiate outing of multiple rushing TDs (2009 vs. Tennessee, 2011 vs. Florida Atlantic).
A four-year starter at Georgia, Murray has been a consistent force for the Bulldogs throughout the decade, sparking his team to one bowl victory and two SEC East titles.
And there's still time for Murray to keep the Bulldogs in contention for a third straight SEC East crown ... along with breaking Danny Wuerffel's SEC record for touchdown passes.
At the time of this writing, Murray needs three TD passes to break that hallowed mark.
BEST OF MAXIM
First, the injuries started mounting up for the Georgia Bulldogs. Now the losses are too along with any hopes of getting back to Atlanta for a second straight season.
At least the Bulldogs have a much-needed break in the schedule to rest up before the annual showdown against Florida.
''This is a much needed open date, we got to figure this out,'' quarterback Aaron...
This season isn’t going exactly as originally expected for the Georgia Bulldogs. The team opened the season with national championship aspirations, but after dropping its second straight game this weekend, this time to Vanderbilt, Georgia finds itself 4-3 on the season and unranked in both the AP and USA Today Coaches’ Poll.
But despite the obvious disappointment with the recent...
The #15 Georgia Bulldogs are looking for a bounce-back game this week following the team’s 41-26 defeat at the hands of the Missouri Tigers, and may very well be in luck, as the Bulldogs travel to Nashville to take on the Vanderbilt Commodores at 12:00 p.m. in a game that will be televised by CBS.
The Commodores are currently 3-3 on the season and will be looking to upset Georgia...
Back in the spring David Richt, the second-oldest son of Georgia head football coach Mark Richt, unleashed upon an unsuspecting word the video for his would-be Bulldog anthem "Dawg Bite." In case you've forgotten, here's a reminder of it's, uh - greatness.
The younger Richt recently discussed the video and the less-than-enthusiastic reaction to it.
Georgia QB Aaron Murray is now a legend as he has become the SEC’s All Time Passing Leader. Although the Bulldogs have had an up and down season up to this point, the record is more than impressive and the QB who draws comparisons to Drew Brees has had an outstanding career. Expect Murray to be a 4th to 5th round draft choice.
According to Bleacher Report:
Georgia freshman cornerback Shaq Wiggins may have just made the play of the game for the Bulldogs against Vanderbilt. With his team already trailing 14-10 on the road, Wiggins jumped a screen route perfectly and took the ball back 39 yards for the Bulldogs’ second touchdown of the afternoon. Wiggins apparently was not fooled by the Commodores’ unorthodox formation:
NASHVILLE - Georgia QB Aaron Murray talks about the Bulldogs' 31-27 loss to Vanderbilt.
ATHENS - Georgia coach Mark Richt talked with the media on Sunday.
The Georgia Bulldogs' Ray Drew was ejected for targeting on what looks like a soft hit on Vanderbilt quarterback Austyn Carta-Samuels.
The Commodores may not have looked like much of an opponent for the Georgia Bullldogs going into Saturday's game with a record of 3-3, but James Franklin's Vanderbilt team is no joke. They just so happen to play some really tough teams (i.e. the rest of the SEC).
For awhile it looked like Aaron Murray might be able to will his team to victory, but in the end the Bulldogs...
Georgia had flirted with disaster for weeks prior to dropping a game against Missouri last week.
On Saturday the No. 15 ranked Bulldogs (4-2) will hit the road to play against the Vanderbilt Commodores. (3-3)
Coverage of the game between Georgia and Vanderbilt will air on CBS beginning at 12:00 pm ET from Vanderbilt Stadium in Nashville, TN.
Brendan Douglas looked physically abused after Georgia’s loss to Vanderbilt.
Credit to Vandy for executing a flawless fake FG run to go up 14-10 against the 15th ranked Georgia Bulldogs.
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After their upset victory over the Georgia Bulldogs, Vanderbilt's football team celebrated like wild in the locker room. Vandy is building something special.
OXFORD, Mississippi– Ole Miss played great on both sides of the ball and with 2 seconds on the clock kicker Andrew Ritter drilled a 41 yarder to lead the Rebels to a victory in front of their home crowd. LSU lost a heartbreaker earlier this year to Georgia 44-41 on a late Aaron Murray touchdown […]