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He got a second to third round grade. He seemed very happy talking about going pro. Personally, I think he is gone. What say you?
Honestly I don't know what he has to gain by coming back. I think they lose too much on D to make a realistic run at an SEC/MNC title next year. He won't get any taller (and Russell Wilson is currently showing that you do have to be a 6-5 rookie QB to be successful anyways).
On the other hand look at Barkley and Leinart and how much they lost coming back for another year. IMO, Murray should go this year.
I swear I just don't see it in him. I guess that's why I don't coach.
Never heard of her.
After the way their fans treated him when they lost? Yep, I would leave.
I want him to come back for their opening game, and then book it (if that was possible).
Me either but Chaz seems to know.....
Gone. Weak QB class, play the Russell Wilson card.
That shirt is hilarious.
I will believe Murray's going when I see it.
It isn't always about what a player had to gain in coming back as far as the NFL.
There are other factors that matter to some kids and we often see them take it into consideration.
I imagine that murray's future isn't totally dependent on the league. His family probably isn't going hungry and he probably enjoys college to some degree. Of course, it seems to me that uga is not a legit national contender next year.
Whether she stays or leaves, Aaron won't beat the Gamecocks
While UGA might not be a legit national contender next year, you've got to remember that Florida wasn't this year either. But in saying that... He's set a lot of records at UGA and I don't see what he has to gain personally by coming back. Plus they got the quarterback in this draft that they wanted and you know how UGA likes to get a QB and play him from a freshman until he graduates/goes pro.
You can't see! I can't see! All that matters is can the f*&%ing horse see! That's a raid!
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If he got a current 2nd to 3rd round grade, he will move up for 2 reasons: (1) he will do well at the NFL combines especially the intelligence tests, and (2) Dungy and Gruden will both talk him up. He should make the move now since he is just coming off a 5 TD bowl win, plus a good showing in the SEC CG. If he has to face guys like Clowney next year, he might as well get paid for it.
This post was edited by swimcock 15 months ago
He has every reason to leave and none to return. Weak QB class, has to deal with getting destroyed by Clowney if he comes back again, etc.
He better go to a team with a good running game though, or he'll look like another Blaine Gabbert.
I hope he stays at Ga, i liked him..i liked the fact he has a lot of Mark Sanchez in him..or Romo, just take your pick..
This post was edited by shortybeef 15 months ago
Go Aaron, Go!
do you really think partying in college is better than partying with nfl money?
Making bets and cashing checks
That is funny. Personally, I doubt Murray makes much of his NFL career. He may end up being similar to Mark Sanchez, but I don't see much more.
There isn't much of a QB class coming out this year. The most talented is Tyler Bray, but he's such a headcase that I doubt he can handle the adversity. Geno Smith- meh, those air-raid system guys never work out. He does seem to have the best skill set, though. Barkely- SoCal pretty boys can't hack it.
Tyler Wilson and the dude from Syracuse look the best to me, but I feel like I'm forgetting somebody.
Ally will beat the crap out of Uga.
It was to Andrew Luck, Payton Manning, Matt Leinart and a host of other players who could have been drafted as juniors who returned for their senior seasons.
He is going to make money in the NFL one day.
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