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Nothing solid from Jarvis, Murray or Geathers after the game. All said they would go home and think about it with family and then make an announcement.
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can we give clowney a pass and let him leave early?
On the game, at the bottom it scrolled that Kwame was like the 14 or 15 best DT. He could really improve that
Yeah I wished!!
After Murray's game, with bowl MVP, and current success of "short" QB Wilson at Sea, I think Murray may be very tempted to go ahead and turn pro.
Born and bred Bulldog, living in Maryland since '88
Russell WIlson exhausted his eligibility though. I think Murray will be wise to do the same. He's gotten some of the monkeys off his back, now it's time to get the scout's attention.
Unless Aaron Murray is going to a team that has a great defense, great running game, and a system catered a skill set of a shorter mobile QB, he won't be Russell Wilson.
I may be the only one but I'm ready to see Hutson Mason. Mason has been at UGA just as long and from the articles I've read, he isn't far behind Murray at all if at all.
I'm ready to see him in 2014. I'm not ready to see the guy who will own every SEC passing record (should he choose to) leave. That just doesn't sound like something I'm real interested in. HM will never have the wealth of experience that AM has and you can't replace that.
There's a lot of great success stories for 5th year seniors stepping up into the nfl.
There's a maturity level needed.
That doesn't mean that a qb can't develop on the bench in the league. Just that nfl coaches have gone on record saying that several players helped their career development by returning to college to complete their eligibility.
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