Georgia quarterbacks Aaron Murray and Hutson Mason were both sharp in the second scrimmage of the spring for the Bulldogs on Saturday. Murray and Mason combined to throw for three touchdowns and over 270 yards although the defense did come away with two interceptions.
Murray completed 8 of 13 passes for 125 yards and a touchdown while Mason threw for 151 yards with two touchdowns and two interceptions. The Bulldogs offense had a tough time gaining yards on the ground forcing the offense to go to the air. Ken Malcome was the leading rusher with five carries for 29 yards and Isaiah Crowell added six for 23.
"The offensive line is still being challenged every day," Richt said. "There still wasn't a lot of room to move the football. When the ball did get moved it was moved moreso through the air. The o-line's definitely got a way to go. There's no doubt about that."
Safety Corey Moore was the standout from the scrimmage recording nine tackles and an interception. Moore will see a substantial increase in playing time thanks to the four-game suspension that Bacarri Rambo is facing.