Running game a work in progress 

September, 12, 2012
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ATHENS, Ga. -- Georgia’s running game is obviously still a work in progress because of inexperience on its offensive line and in the backfield.

But when the Bulldogs have run the plays as designed thus far -- which they’ve done more often than not -- they provide signs that this will become a good rushing team as the season progresses.

“I can’t really remember any times where we haven’t run the ball pretty well,” Bulldogs quarterback Aaron Murray said. “I thought we’ve done a great job. I think the line’s opened up some huge holes, and I think the running backs have had some big, big plays. So I can’t really see any lull at all.”

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