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Aaron Murray will look to kick off the Bulldogs season on a high note come Saturday.
Mark Richt may be on the biggest hot seat of any college football coach. Richt has gone 6-7, 8-5 and 10-3 the last three seasons after going 11-2 and winning the SEC East and Sugar Bowl.
Richt has a quarterback that has a year of starting under his belt now. Aaron Murray threw for 3,049 yards and threw 24 touchdowns to eight interceptions. However, Murray lost top receiver A.J. Green to the NFL.
Wide receiver Tavarres King will be Murray's go to guy, after catching passes 27 times for 504 yards last year. Marlon Brown and Rantavious Wooten will be receivers to keep an eye on as well.
Georgia's offensive line will have to protect Murray from the Boise State defensive line.
One thing that Georgia does well is in the kick return game. Cornerback Brandon Boykin returns and returned four kickoffs last year. Boise State will want to key on him and kick it to the end zone, kick it short or to the other side to avoid Boykin returning a touchdown.
On defense for Georgia, they lose linebacker Akeem Dent, and Christian Robinson will replace him. Robinson had 46 tackles and six for a loss a season ago.
For Boise State, they want to redeem themselves after losing to Georgia 48-13 on national television.
Offensively speaking, Kellen Moore returns after a big 2010 season. Moore passed for 3,845 yards and threw 35 touchdowns to six interceptions. Moore was sacked six times last year.
Moore will have experience at left guard as Nate Potter is back.
Losing receivers Titus Young and Austin Pettis are huge for Moore, but there is good crop of receivers coming in. Sophomore Geraldo Hiwat will be playmaker for the Broncos.
The Broncos secondary is full of studs and will look to make Murray's night miserable passing.
If Murray can stay upright, it could be a long night for the Broncos.