When Aaron Murray finishes his career in Athens, he will go down as one of the most prolific quarterbacks in SEC history.
Murray has a shot at finishing first in the SEC in all-time pass completions, touchdowns and yards. The most interesting thing about this is if he does become the all-time SEC passing leader in yards (which is likely going to happen because he only about 600 yards shy of the record), he will surpass another UGA great, David Greene.
Both Murray and Greene had great careers at UGA and fans will always be grateful for what they did on the field.
But if Murray does finally win an SEC title and give the Bulldogs a shot at the national championship, is he better than Greene?
Let’s take a look at how Murray is similar and different to the current SEC all-time passing leader.