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Monday, November 22, 2010

Crisis averted: Murray practices

Georgia quarterback Aaron Murray, who sat out last week’s lighter practices, was a full-go on Monday, when the Bulldogs practiced in full pads.

Murray has been dealing with a bruised sternum and bruised knee, which he suffered at Auburn.

“He practiced and he did a pretty good job,” head coach Mark Richt said in a statement. “There’s a difference between practice and playing, so we’ll have to see if he continues to improve.”

Georgia tailback Washaun Ealey said Murray “looked good” – but mostly at the end of practice.

“He was coming out a little banged up, so he just came out a little edge today,” Ealey said. “But he got all that worked out. He looked good towards the end of practice.”

(Incidentally, the above headline is meant to be sardonic. It didn't ever appear Murray was in any real danger of not playing against Georgia Tech. He would probably have to get injured in practice later this week for that to change.)


Anonymous said...

Thanks for the jinx, dork.

Anonymous said...

well, he better be in green all week.

Anonymous said...

Quarterbacks are 100% non-contact in all practices, regardless of health status.