You win some, you lose some.

A few records are likely to fall tomorrow in Nashville:

In Saturday’s Georgia-Vanderbilt game, a handful of SEC career records could fall. With 112 career touchdown passes, Georgia quarterback Aaron Murray is just two behind Danny Wuerffel’s SEC career record. And with 12,203 career yards of total offense, Murray needs 29 yards to match Tim Tebow’s SEC mark. On the other sideline, Vandy’s Jordan Matthews needs 97 receiving yards to match Terrence Edwards’ SEC career record of 3,093 yards. Matthews had 119 receiving yards against the Bulldogs last season.

Would it be too much to ask that Murray take a moment to mark the occasion of surpassing the GPOOE™ in the record books by indulging in a brief Gator chomp?  If he doesn’t (and I know he won’t), I think it’s up to us, Dawgnation, to do the honors.  Please do your part tomorrow.


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16 responses to “You win some, you lose some.

  1. Rocket Dawg

    He needs to “Tebow” after he breaks the record.


  2. TennesseeDawg

    As long as he doesn’t perform a circumcision on some hapless Vandy freshman


  3. uglydawg

    Odds are that if he so much as smiles he will be flagged for excessive celebration.


  4. Would have been sweet for both of those records to fall in Jax but we need the TDs and yards tomorrow and lots more.


    • charlottedawg

      Nah, how ’bout 5 rushing tds, a pick six, and a punt return for a td to bury the ‘dores. Then, Gurley and Murray open up a can of whoop ass in Jacksonville shattering the td record. A man can dream can’t he?


      • Scorpio Jones, III

        I like that dream, and there was a time when I was dreaming thusly on a regular basis. Dreams are sometimes fueled by hope, and I got funny attitudes about hope.


  5. Nate Dawg

    Dream scenero? Here we go: there’s a miscount on Werfuls record (yes it’s misspelled, I don’t care). It’s one too high. So…we take opening kick – run it to Vandys 30. Naked bootleg for Murray & he’s all alone for a 30 yard trot to the endzone – breaking Tebows & tying Werfuls & giving us the lead on the first play. Now THATS a man dreamin!


  6. JAX

    I’m happy for Aaron Murray and his contributions on and off the field are the standard for which all college athletes should aspire. However it pains me that Murray will likely leave Athens without an SEC title to show for his efforts. All those TD passes, all those terrific plays, two trips to Atlanta but nothing to show for it, other than two SEC east titles. I think his biggest contribution is having turned the worm against Florida. For that, we can all be extremely happy.

    We’ve had two once in a generation QB’s at Georgia in the past 7 years – Stafford and Murray – and neither, despie their immense taelntss and having incredible supporting casts, won an SEC title.

    Despite Richt’s wins and offensive success, we will not see another SEC titel until he start stressing defensive play each and every year. He needs to make that his top priority damnit. How much longer can we be this BAD on sucvh an inportant side of the ball??!!!!!


  7. Russ

    Too bad he couldn’t break both of them against Florida.


  8. Spike

    He is to be admired and congratulated!