Seth Emerson takes a look at what went into 2015: Georgia’s Year of the Quarterback. I don’t think you’ll find anything there we haven’t hashed over already, but I was amused by one thing.
Through all this debate, and amid all this angst about Georgia’s quarterback situation, one keeps coming back to a few prophetic words uttered two years ago. They were spoken by Mike Bobo, who was referencing Aaron Murray.
“Personally I think he’s taken for granted,” Bobo said after another game in which Murray threw for more than 400 yards and three touchdowns, and ran for another. “Georgia needs to realize it’s a blessing to have Aaron Murray and how much he means.”
It’s pretty safe to say Georgia realizes it now.
Crap on ’em while they’re here and then yearn for the good ol’ days when they’re gone. That’s us. We’re Georgia.