Georgia Bulldogs quarterback Aaron Murray was at Tuesday's press conference (transcript via the Atlanta Journal-Constitution), and he took some time to address his preparation:
"It's something I've always prided myself in - trying to out-work everyone else. I use the analogy of being in school, and if you've got a test you want to feel good going into it. You want to feel prepared, not that you wish you'd studied more or read another chapter. I never want to have that feeling come Saturday. I want to know that I know their defense, the gameplan, everything, and that I feel confident. I don't want to go into a game not feeling confident and ready to go."
That preparation isn't going to waste. Through four games, Murray is over 1,000 yards for the season, with ten touchdowns and only two interceptions. Georgia is 4-0, and strong play under center is a big part of how they got there. Georgia faces the Tennessee Volunteers on Saturday, and with the kind of offense possessed by the Vols, the Bulldogs will need Murray's best effort if they want to remain undefeated.