Aaron Murray responds to Clowney’s claim that he knew the Georgia silent snap count:
Murray was asked about the comment by South Carolina end Jadeveon Clowney that Georgia was giving away the snap count in their game. Clowney said Murray was tapping his center before every snap.
“Every team has their own way of indications for the snap of a ball for away games,” Murray said. “You watch any game on TV, and you know – based on whether the center looks back, or the guard does. I mean you have to have something, because you can’t hear me do the cadence. That’s one of the challenges of playing away, is you have to do that, and guys can figure it out.
“We mixed it up during the game, he might’ve guessed it right here or there.”
In Aaron’s defense, he was probably a lot more worried about why Georgia wouldn’t commit a tight end to help Gates with his blocking than whether Clowney was guessing right about the center tap.