Changing the game: Aaron Murray 

January, 21, 2013
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ATHENS, Ga. -- Aaron Murray hasn’t finished creating a legacy at Georgia. He made that clear on Jan. 6 when he announced his intentions to return for his senior season.

But Georgia’s quarterback has already cemented a place as one of the top players at his position to ever wear a Bulldogs uniform. With another year, he can also become the most prolific passer in SEC history.

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Rob Foldy/US PRESSWIREGeorgia quarterback Aaron Murray is well within striking distance of some very hallowed team and league records.
Murray has also lived up to every bit of the considerable recruiting hype that accompanied his signing with the Bulldogs in 2009, claiming a starting job as a redshirt freshman the following year and leading Georgia to back-to-back SEC East titles in 2011 and 2012 -- with his 2012 squad becoming the highest-scoring offense ever at UGA.

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