Notebook: Murray's accuracy improves 

August, 11, 2012
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ATHENS, Ga. -- Mike Bobo has established an exact completion percentage that he wants redshirt junior quarterback Aaron Murray to hit this fall. If Murray’s progress from August practices carries over into the season, it shouldn’t be too difficult.

Bobo, Georgia’s offensive coordinator, credited Murray’s improved footwork for his substantially improved accuracy during preseason camp.

“His accuracy has improved I think as of yesterday almost 14 percent compared to what it was last camp,” Bobo said after Saturday morning’s special teams practice. “That’s a credit to his footwork and a credit to a lot of other things. But the No. 1 thing you look at with accuracy is the footwork and he’s done a nice job.”
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