Georgia’s top three leaders in career passing yardage will take part in the G-Day quarterback skills competition now that Detroit Lion Matthew Stafford has joined up.
David Greene, Eric Zeier and Stafford rank 1-2-3 in program history in yards and D.J. Shockley, who quarterbacked the Bulldogs to the 2005 Southeastern Conference title, also is taking part in the halftime event.
Asked why he’s not taking part, offensive coordinator and former Bulldogs quarterback Mike Bobo said “because I would win.”
Murray said he would pick Stafford for distance and Greene for accuracy.
By the way, there’s no truth to the rumor that Mark Richt had proposed that Fran Tarkenton participate in a sack avoidance skills competition at G-Day.