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Georgia Bulldogs: Aaron Murray-Press Conference at SEC Media Days, How He Can Solidify His Legacy

Aaron Murray is quietly confident.  The fifth-year Senior QB from Tampa, FL holds the record for most TD passes in a career at Georgia with 95 and has thrown for 10,901 yards in his three seasons at Georgia.  

Murray is the only QB in SEC history to pass for over 3,000 yards in a season.  He is 19 passing touchdowns away from stealing Florida's Danny Wuerfell most TDs through the air in the SEC.  

Aaron Murray is only 627 passing yards away from breaking Former Georgia Alum David Greene's SEC record for most passing yards.    Aaron Murray is behind Florida's Tim Tebow for most career yards gained in the SEC by 1,939 yards.  

Aaron Murray and me at Countdown to Kickoff Event

But Murray doesn't let his accomplishments get to his head.  He's works hard in developing his craft each day.  Murray said at SEC Media Days that he is ready for the game with Clemson and has already watched film of all their games in 2012.  He is also looking forward to the big showdown with South Carolina in Athens.  

Yesterday at SEC Media Days, South Carolina DE Jadeveon Clowney said that Murray is "scared" of him.  Aaron Murray responded by saying he is not afraid but respects Clowney.  

Aaron Murray decided to come back for his Senior season, in large part for UGA losing the SEC Championship to Alabama.  Murray has been questioned about his play in big games, but he showed up strong for the game against the Crimson Tide.  

Aaron Murray should be one of the top QBs again in the SEC and the country in 2013 and break many records.  Murray doesn't care about individual awards but wants to win a championship.

The QB has great work ethic and has the skills to take Georgia to the SEC Championship and beyond in 2013.

Who is the best QB in Georgia history in your opinion? Comment to the Left.

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