Georgia Football: Bulldogs Need Aaron Murray to Stay Hot
Aaron Murray's hot hand has brought Georgia one game away from claiming the SEC East crown, as Murray had the game of the season against Ole Miss.
The junior went 21-for-28 for 384 yards and four touchdowns as the Bulldogs pulled away from the upset-minded Rebels for a final score of 37-10.
Now, only Auburn stands between Georgia and a trip to Atlanta for the SEC title game.
Granted, Auburn isn't the most terrifying team out of the SEC West these days, as the Tigers haven't beaten a SEC opponent this year. But the Bulldogs need Murray to stay hot from here on out.
In other words, he can't have a one-touchdown, three-interception game like he did against Florida.
The Bulldogs' defense stood tall in that win against the Gators, but if Georgia wants a chance at pulling off an upset against the likes of Alabama or LSU to claim the SEC title for themselves, Murray is going to have to stay red hot.
Georgia's final three games are against Auburn, Georgia South and rival Georgia Tech. None of those teams are powerhouses this season by any stretch of the imagination. But anyone who has followed college football for any length of time knows that the upset bug can strike at any time.
Just ask Michigan.
Also, whether or not the Bulldogs are able to get past the SEC West champion, Georgia is in great position to pick up an at-large bid to the BCS. If they take care of business, I see a Sugar Bowl bid in the Bulldogs' future.
However, a few style points certainly wouldn't hurt.
And who knows? Should they take out the likes of No. 1 Alabama in the SEC title game and a few of the teams in the top five get upset in the final few weeks, a national championship bid is not out of the question.
At any rate, Georgia needs Aaron Murray to play like he did against Ole Miss for the rest of the season. Their postseason destiny depends on it.
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