Georgia's offense set an impressive record on Saturday, and Aaron Murray is looking to do more.
The Georgia Bulldogs set the school's record for touchdowns in a season during a 45-14 victory over the Georgia Sourthen Eagles on Saturday, and quarterback Aaron Murray is happy to to be a part of the accomplishment. The junior looks forward to adding on, as the Bulldogs have three games left to play..
When asked about breaking the record following the victory, Murray was excited and ready to continue the team's success to close the year, according to macon.com:
"Oh it's a great feeling. We still have three games to shatter that record. So hopefully we'll continue to put touchdowns on the board. But it's a great feeling. This offense has gotten better and better every week this season."
Georgia has now scored 56 touchdowns on the year and is averaging 37.6 points per game. Murray has contributed 31 of those scores, with 28 touchdowns through the air and three on the ground.
The quarterback is on pace to set career-highs in yardage, yards per attempt, passer rating, and completion percentage. He has a shot at setting his high in touchdowns of 35 after tossing four against the Eagles on Saturday.
The Bulldogs will look to add to their record against Georgia Tech in their final regular-season game of the year.