Aug 24, 2013
The Bulldogs got a boost when Aaron Murray (6-1, 208, Sr.) announced he would return for his final season. Murray will enter 2013 as a legitimate candidate for All-America honors and Heisman Trophy consideration. Murray already holds the school record for career touchdown passes at 126, and last year he set the UGA marks for single-season passing yards (3,893), total yards (3,825) and touchdown passes (36). Murray was chosen as the MVP of Capital One Bowl with 427 yards and five touchdowns.
Georgia is also blessed to have quality reserves at quarterback. Hutson Mason (6-3, 202, Jr.) redshirted last season, but he has appeared in eight games in his career, completing 57.4 percent of his passes and throwing three touchdowns. Parker Welch (6-3, 203, Jr.) played in six games a year ago, throwing his first career touchdown pass. Christian LeMay (6-2, 200, RSo.) logged five games and wound up as the team's fourthleading rusher. The Bulldogs also return Greg Bingham (6-4, 219, Sr.) and Faton Bauta (6-3, 216, RFr.) and welcomed early enrollee Brice Ramsey (6-3, 205, Fr.) for spring drills.