Building on big year
Familiarity with up-tempo scheme helping older players build on success
ATHENS, Ga. -- If Georgia's offense is to match or exceed last season's record-breaking point totals, it's not the confidence the Bulldogs developed last fall that will provide the spark.
Offensive coordinator Mike Bobo said the next two months -- when senior quarterback Aaron Murray will lead summer workouts -- will determine whether his veteran offense maintains its explosiveness from a year ago.
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