If Aaron Murray is going to lead the Georgia Bulldogs to a successful 2012 season, it's all going to start with the offensive line giving him enough time to throw the ball and make plays from under center. After losing three top-notch linemen in Cordy Glenn, Ben Jones and Justin Anderson, the O-line was the biggest question mark heading into fall practice.
But so far, the offensive line unit has done a good job of protecting Murray in practice, and according to DogBytesOnline, the junior signal caller has done all he can to help his linemen jell and he feels confident in the group to protect him on the field:
"The offensive line has done a tremendous job all camp of really giving me time to feel relaxed there in the pocket and not really feel like I'm under pressure at all and be able to sit there and make accurate throws," Murray said.
Murray, in turn, has helped the offensive line by using his knowledge from four years in the Bulldogs' offense to get them headed in the right direction.
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