Murray has struggled individually against Florida, but he has somehow managed to lead the Dawgs to two consecutive wins over the Gators. That may sound insignificant, but prior to the 2011 and 2012 wins, the Bulldogs had not won back-to-back matchups with Florida since 1988-1989.
Murray will need to have a big game for Georgia to win this matchup. A three-turnover game is unacceptable. He must manufacture long-scoring drives against an impressive Florida defense, and he must do so consistently.
Wiggins has emerged as an instinctive playmaker in Georgia's secondary. He's a true freshman and certainly struggles with positioning at times, but his nose for the ball has served the Dawgs defense well over the past few weeks. Georgia needs to force turnovers in this game, and right now he seems like the most likely candidate for such momentum-swinging plays.
The last three games in this series have been decided by an average of five points per contest, and neither team has managed to score more than 24 points in either of the last two games. Accordingly, one can expect a close game with points coming at a premium. Morgan will be called upon to make big kicks, and those kicks may make the difference in the game.