… Murray said he and offensive coordinator Mike Bobo began discussing the gameplan for the opener Tuesday.
“We’ve been studying Boise all summer long,” Murray said. “We feel like we’ve got a pretty good grasp on them with what we need to do, with receivers and tight ends. They know what they’re doing with their routes.”
One thing they’ve probably been watching closely is last year’s opener for the Broncos.
First observation: if Georgia’s running game can get some traction, Boise will be susceptible to play action. No real surprise there, as line play is going to be the key to Georgia winning.