Athens, GA - Aaron Murray was supposed to be the big
unknown for Georgia.
Instead, the freshman quarterback is emerging as a constant.
Georgia has relied on Murray while making changes at running
back, receiver and on the offensive line in a disappointing first
half of the season.
Murray is making his mark in the year of the experienced
quarterback in the Southeastern Conference. The league's top 10
list of passing leaders is filled with juniors, seniors and Murray,
the lone underclassman.
Murray ranks third in the SEC with his average of 227.7 yards
passing per game. He says the only numbers that matter are
Georgia's wins and losses.
Georgia, 2-4 overall and 1-3 in the Southeastern Conference,
will face Vanderbilt on Saturday.
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