Georgia Bulldogs' tailback sensation Todd Gurley told the press how excited he is for next season. Following Georgia's victory over Nebraska in the Capital One Bowl, Gurley said:
"In the off-season we're just going to be pushing that much harder just knowing we came so close to going to the national championship. It's not like we got blown out or something. So while we're working out, we'll be thinking about all the little things because that could be the difference in the outcome of getting those five yards and getting to the national championship game. We're excited because we feel like this is the first win of 2013. We start next season with Clemson and we're ready to play them now."
In his freshman season, Gurley ran for 1385 yards and 17 touchdowns, averaging 6.2 yards per carry. The 6'1 back had nine 100-yard rushing performances. He also caught 16 passes for 122 yards.
While many of Georgia's offensive weapons will be back next season, the Bulldog defense could end up losing most of its starters. Quarterback Aaron Murray is undecided as to whether he will stay for his senior season, but the running and receiving corps will remain intact. The defense, however, will lose starters Bacarri Rambo, Shawn Williams, Jonathan Jenkins, Cornelius Washington, Mike Gilliard, Sanders Commings, and Alec Ogletree. In addition, Jarvis Jones has not announced whether he plans to enter the draft.