Aaron Murray was squarely planted in the loser category up until the final period.
Murray had three first-half interceptions that were clearly his fault. A poor decision to throw into triple coverage resulted in the first pick. Murray made a bad pass behind his man that popped up for the second interception, and he had a pass sail on him that led to the final INT.
Still, Murray was able to keep his head on straight and played well when it counted in the fourth quarter. Murray completed five of his eight attempts in the final quarter, one of which hit Tavarres King in the chest and was dropped.
Murray capped the fourth with a huge 45-yard touchdown strike to Malcolm Mitchell for the final score of the game.
Hopefully, Murray can build off this momentum and play a more complete game in the next big-pressure environment, which is looking like it will be the SEC championship game.