Murray aims to play cleaner in 2012
O-coordinator Mike Bobo intends to ease pressure on his QB with run game
Updated: January 19, 2012, 8:50 PM ETBy David Ching | DawgNation
ATHENS, Ga. -- The key to Aaron Murray becoming a better quarterback, according to Georgia offensive coordinator Mike Bobo, is for the Georgia Bulldogs to develop a more productive running game. Murray closed the season with two of his shakier performances -- totaling 451 passing yards, three touchdowns, two lost fumbles and four interceptions, including two for touchdowns -- in losses to LSU and Michigan State.
The common thread in those two games was that Georgia's battered backfield was completely ineffective at moving the ball on the ground.
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