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Jan 01, 2013

Aaron Murray Makes History With Capital One Bowl MVP Performance

Aaron Murray entered the Capital One Bowl with a winless postseason record, still reeling from an SEC Championship Game heartbreaker that saw a shot at the national title slip from his grasp. On New Year’s Day, he put on a record-setting performance and left the Capital One Bowl a champion. Murray finished as game MVP in Georgia’s 45-31 victory over the Nebraska Cornhuskers. His final line was 18 for 33 for 427 passing yards and five touchdown passes, breaking a […]

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Dec 26, 2012

Murray Only Needs One Leg To Win In Orlando

The last time Aaron Murray left the Florida Citrus Bowl, he walked out of it as a champion. In 2008, Murray led Tampa Plant High School to a 34-14 over Tallahassee Lincoln in the 2008 4A Florida state championship game. Oh, and he did it on one leg. “I had broken my leg seven weeks or eight weeks before that ,” Murray said. “I actually came back the week before and played in the semifinal game, we won that.” “I […]

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Dec 18, 2012

Gurley, Marshall Looking to Continue Impressive Season in Capital One Bowl

In July, all Georgia fans knew was the uncertainty facing the Bulldogs’ rushing attack following the dismissal of then-starter and former 5-star recruit, Isaiah Crowell.  In August, a pair of freshman running backs, unproven in the SEC, became Georgia’s go-to guys to carry the rock. Now, in December, those two running backs have combined for nearly 2000 yards rushing this season and have simply astounded the Dawg Nation. Those two backs are Todd Gurley and Keith Marshall. Gurley rushed for […]

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Dec 14, 2012

Bulldogs Link Round-up 2

Another week, another group of story lines for Georgia: The Georgia players do not want another letdown. For some Georgia seniors, the Capital One Bowl will not be their last college football game. An Injury update for Jenkins. Murray may be thinking about Sundays. The Dawgs get bowl ready and Tavares King shows off his moves.  Georgia does not want to be letdown again against Nebraska Bulldog seniors set to play in All-Star games Jenkins misses time due to head injury Murray pondering leaving […]

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Dec 13, 2012

Unit Breakdown: Georgia Offense

We continue our unit-by-unit breakdown of Georgia with the Dawgs’ offense.  National Rankings Total Offense: 27th Scoring Offense: T-18 PassingOffense: 33rd RushingOffense: 42nd Conference Rankings Total Offense: 3rd Scoring Offense: 3rd Passing Offense: 3rd Rushing Offense: 4th Play of the Year: WR Malcolm Mitchell- Florida vs. Georgia With seven minutes left in the fourth quarter, the Dawgs lead the Gators 10-9. On third and five, Murray with pressure in his face throws a strike to WR Malcolm Mitchell, who takes […]

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Dec 12, 2012

Unit Breakdown: Georgia Defense

As the Capital One Bowl approaches, we continue our coverage with a unit-by-unit break down of each team. We start off with the Dawgs’ Defense.  National Rankings Total Defense: 27th Scoring Defense: 16th Rushing Defense: 80th Passing Defense: 8th  Conference Rankings Total Defense: 6th Scoring Defense: 6th Rushing Defense: 12th Passing Defense: 2nd Play of the Year OLB Jarvis Jones-Florida vs. Georgia With 2 minutes left in the game and Florida driving, Jarvis Jones punches the ball out of Florida […]

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Dec 07, 2012

Georgia Link Round-Up

​Here’s the buzz about the Georgia Bulldogs as it heads towards bowl week: Mark Richt and Bo Pelini talk with local media in Orlando Freshman Gurley, Theus grab SEC honors LB Jones earns elite defensive award Take a look at the Dawgs’ escapades in Orlando bowl games Aaron Murray and Ty Frix earn Academic All-American Honors 5-star LB Reuben Foster decommits from Auburn: Georgia back in the hunt There is a little bit of history between Georgia and Nebraska

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