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2011-2012 Passing Stats: 59.1 completion percentage, 3,149 yards, 35 touchdowns, 14 interceptions
2011-2012 Rushing Stats: 87 attempts, 103 yards, two touchdowns
If Keith Marshall and Ken Malcome can contribute heavily from the Georgia backfield, then the passing game is going to be even more open for Aaron Murray during his junior season in Athens.
The talented quarterback's mobility works to his advantage, as does the experience of having two seasons as a starter under his belt.
With a schedule that doesn't include Alabama or LSU until a potential matchup in the SEC Championship, Murray will thrive from the opening game against the newest team in the SEC until the closing contest against the bitter rivals from Atlanta.
Murray must limit the interceptions and complete passes at a level reminiscent of his freshman season, when he hit on 61.1 percent of his throws. If he can do that, the SEC's top returning quarterback will have a great chance to find himself in New York at the end of the season.