Georgia Bulldogs quarterback Aaron Murray came out of the gate hot against Vanderbilt, completing his first 12 passes on the way to the Dawgs' 48-3 win. According to Jonathan Branch of DogBytesOnline.com, head coach Mark Richt thinks the key to Murray's success is his preparation:
"Aaron prepares like no one we’ve had," Georgia head coach Mark Richt said. "We’ve had guys that work hard. All our guys work hard in preparing. Aaron really takes it to another level in how he prepares for the game, and because of that, we have a high comfort level to let him check out of any play."
Running back Ken Malcome said that Georgia's offense is tough to stop because of its balance:
"You can stop our passing one day, but you can’t stop the run," Malcome said. "You can stop the run, but you can’t stop the passing."
Murray is averaging 273 yards per game through four games, and has 10 touchdowns and only two interceptions over that span.