The Georgia Bulldogs have national championship aspirations in 2021, but injuries have already taken a toll in fall camp.

The receiving corps is banged up, as is the offensive line. Transfer DB Tykee Smith is also dealing with an injury.

So, is there reason to be concerned about the Bulldogs entering the 2021 season? Former Georgia star QB Aaron Murray joined “McElroy and Cubelic in the Morning” on JOX on Thursday morning and revealed his biggest concerns:

“Honestly, I’m concerned about the whole offense right now,” he said. “I’m not going to lie. I was still pretty confident about the Bulldogs about 3 weeks ago. I took a little trip to Athens, watched the scrimmage. … Defense usually, beginning of fall camp, dominates just due to the fact the offense hasn’t really installed a lot. It’s easier to play defense. You can go out there with 3 or 4 schemes and coverages and blitzes and be perfectly fine and that’s not the case for offense. So I walked away saying, ‘OK, maybe it’s because of that. Let’s give it some time.’

“I talked to somebody who was at the scrimmage the other day — kind of the same story. Offensive line has been OK. Running backs look good, we know that. JT looks fine. But I’m more worried about the receivers. I’m super concerned that we don’t have that playmaking ability. That’s something I was concerned about last year as well. … A lot of them are banged up. … It just has not been a really good camp offensively for the Dawgs and that worries me going against that Clemson defense in Week 1.”

Can the Dawgs find a way to put up points against Clemson’s defense? We’ll find out in Charlotte next weekend.