But what about the message? The Bulldogs are moving on from their blowout loss to South Carolina, and Murray is praising Georgia's best young talent.
Gurley and Marshall average 7.1 and 7.3 yards per carry, respectively. Combined, they average more than 170 yards per game. Through six games, Gurley has notched nine rushing touchdowns, and Marshall has five.
Saturday could be a big day for the two of them. Kentucky's rushing defense is ranked 11th in the Southeastern Conference. The Wildcats have allowed a league-worst 18 rushing touchdowns and average 183.3 rushing yards allowed.
Indeed, Georgia players and fans should keep calm, because they've got Gurshall.