UGA midseason report card: QBs 

October, 8, 2012
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Editor’s note: Georgia’s football season is halfway over and the Bulldogs will take this weekend off before resuming SEC play next Saturday at Kentucky. We’ll take a look at a different position group each day this week and evaluate how it performed in the first half of the season in our DawgNation midseason report cards.

ATHENS, Ga. -- The overall feeling about Georgia’s quarterback position changed in one night in Columbia, S.C., but it was not entirely All-SEC junior Aaron Murray's fault.

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Dak Dillon/US PresswireAaron Murray has been one of the nation's best QBs despite a rough outing against South Carolina.
Through five games, it appeared as if Murray had turned a corner and was now legitimately among the nation’s top players at his position. But passing under relentless pressure from South Carolina’s talented defensive front, Murray was ineffective and often inaccurate.
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