“I don’t care if I had a broken leg, I’m going to play in this game.”

On the other hand, motivation doesn’t seem to be much of a problem in Athens.

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13 responses to ““I don’t care if I had a broken leg, I’m going to play in this game.”

  1. heyberto

    That’s why I’ve come to really love this kid. Stafford never publicly had that kind of attitude.

    • D.N. Nation

      I, for one, can’t wait for Joe Cox to show the sort of leadership that Stafford lacked.

      Seriously, the Stafford-bashing expiration date was a long, long time ago.

      • Russ

        Agreed. Staff had/has plenty of heart. When was he ever questionable for a game so that he’d have to make an announcement like Murray did?

        I think Murray’s a great kid and will continue to do great things at UGA, but we don’t need to put down Stafford to build up Murray.

    • diving duck

      Start around 3:30.

      I guess he can be a good scapegoat for our lack of success. If only he and Knowshon cared more about winning the sec than the nfl paycheck blah, blah, blah.

      • James Stephenson

        I don’t anyone here is really questioning his toughness. But sometimes he was a little too confidant in his arm strength. And really, if Stafford and Moreno had BVG coaching the Defense during these years, a NC probably would have not been out of the question.

  2. I now pronounce this Dawgs team the A-Team.

  3. JBJ

    Murray has been strong for us all year. I think he probably came into this season without much respect from the other players since he had not started a game and he is a redshirt freshman. However, after his performance this year I would expect he has a ton of goodwill built up with his teammates.

    • Vindexdawg

      As well he should have. He has been the brightest light by far on this team, a warrior on the field. Now if only CMR will get rid of Van Halenger, get a new S&C regime in place 2 months from now to start the off-season so that our lines, and especially our O-line, can build up their strength and hold their own against South Carolina and Mississippi State, not get pushed around like a gaggle of confused, overweight girls. If we can turn the tables in thr trenches, this fall to next will be like Night into Day.

  4. Go Dawgs!

    Aaron Murray, if I wasn’t certain that the NCAA would call it an impermissible benefit, I’d let you marry my sister.

  5. Mayor of Dawgtown

    Tough kid.