Athens, GA (AP) - Aaron Murray is determined to learn from his
four turnovers in Georgia's 34-31 overtime loss to Florida last
In the process, Georgia coaches are learning a little more about
the freshman quarterback. Coach Mark Richt and offensive
coordinator Mike Bobo say Murray is responding to the loss like a
Before last week, Murray had been the most consistent player on
Georgia's offense. He threw 12 touchdown passes with only three
interceptions in the Bulldogs' first eight games and was the bright
spot in a disappointing season.
Before switching his attention to Saturday's home game against
Idaho State, Murray studied film of the Florida game over and over.
He says he had to learn from his mistakes.
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