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I'll knock on wood one more time before finishing this article.
Okay, anyways, who's the best quarterback in Georgia history?
David Greene is the first that comes to mind. Eric Zeier, Fran Tarkenton and Matthew Stafford are names that are sure to follow.
Well, in a few years, we might be putting Greene at No. 2.
Yes, considering Aaron Murray started his career with seven losses, it's hard to imagine he passes Greene as Georgia's winningest quarterback.
But, if any Georgia quarterback has ever rivaled Greene in terms of showing greatness as a freshman, it was Murray.
He went into Columbia last season and played like a tenured veteran against South Carolina. He battled a feisty Arkansas defense to lead a late fourth quarter comeback in his first SEC home game.
He led an even more incredible comeback against Florida in the biggest game of his life and flat out embarrassed the Georgia Tech defense in the final game of the year.
Murray is everything you want in a young quarterback. He's focused. He's mentally tough. He's smart. He stays out of trouble.
He obviously puts his entire body on the line for his team in games, staying in bounds and thinking twice about sliding on run plays.
And he was a proven passing machine as a redshirt freshman, passing for over 3,000 yards and tossing 24 touchdowns to just eight interceptions.
He's only going to get better and has great chemistry with playmaking tight end Orson Charles.