That Aaron Murray. After yesterday,
Murray now ranks fifth in SEC career passing yards, and could break the record later this year. He is 12 touchdowns from breaking Danny Wuerffel’s SEC record, and is now third all-time in the SEC with 11,352 yards of total offense.
He’s also the top rated passer in a conference full of passing talent. That’s a 201.8 passer rating he’s sporting on the season, after having faced two top ten teams in the first two weeks. And yet his offensive coordinator/position coach still feels the need to say things like,
“Everybody always – I do as a coach – if anybody throws a bad throw or makes a mistake we act like it’s the end of the world, which frustrates me sometimes,” Bobo said. “A guy gives so much to this program, works extremely hard to put our team in a position to win games. That’s what he’s continuing to do this year. Georgia needs to realize it’s a blessing to have Aaron Murray and how much he means.”
As a fan base, are we spoiled a little bit? I’d have to say so. We sometimes forget how special plays like his 100th TD pass really are.
Perfect long throw from your end zone on a rainy day with a shaky offensive line? No big thang, mane.