In the case of Aaron Murray, it’s elect to embrace his inner football geek.
“We’re just going to train in the morning and the afternoon and Landry will train between us,” Murray said. “It should be fun. We’ll get a couple of two-a-days in, work with him, get to work with Braxton. I think that will be pretty cool.”
Murray said he’s had his share of “fun spring breaks,” but wants his “last go-round” to be about getting better for his final college season.
That’s the kind of dedication that’s good news for Dawg fans and bad news for anybody on the Internet hoping for one last batch of embarrassing vacation pictures.