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Aaron Murray returning to Georgia for his senior year

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Record-setting Georgia quarterback Aaron Murray announced via Twitter that he will be returning for his senior season. All Bulldogs fans can sleep easier tonight.

 

Murray received a second- or third-round grade from NFL evaluators, and fans would have understood if he left early, because there’s not much more for him to accomplish numbers-wise with the Bulldogs – except that elusive SEC Championship. Murray is the only SEC quarterback in history to throw for three 3,000-yard seasons. He threw for 3,893 yards and 36 touchdowns this season.

Georgia’s offense will be electric once again, as Tavarres King is the only impact player on offense leaving. But the Bulldogs do need some help defensively, as they will lose likely eight impact players.

Do you think he made the right decision? Read why Murray should have gone to the NFL here.

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  1. JakeT
    Commented : 1 year ago

    Best news yet! If our defense improves, then, UGA will be in the hunt for the BCSNC next year! Go Dawgs!

  2. he just mage a lot of UGA fan happy! And pissed a few off!