Former Georgia QB Aaron Murray drew largely positive reviews on Saturday on the CBS Sports broadcast of the Florida at Tennessee game.

Calling the game with broadcast partner Carter Blackburn, Murray correctly pointed out the issues facing the Tennessee program and third-year coach Jeremy Pruitt, according to several fans. Murray and Blackburn were in the booth for the CBS double header, as the network was set to broadcast the Alabama-LSU game in primetime with Brad Nessler and Gary Danielson.

SEC fans, for the most part, love to voice their disgust with Danielson, and to some, Murray was a welcome sight.

Several fans pointed out Murray’s comments from two years ago about Pruitt.

“I don’t know if his personality is fit to be a head coach,” Murray said in 2018. “As a head coach, there’s so many things that go into it. It’s not just going out there and coaching. You have to deal with front office. You’ve got to go talk with the president of the university. You have to deal with boosters. You have to deal with the offense, the defense. It’s not just going in there … and scheming up.”

Murray added: “When he was at Georgia, the way he acted, the way he treated Coach Richt, I thought was poor. He needs to prove to me that he can handle the whole ship. For right now, I don’t think he can.”

Here is a sampling of the reaction: