Monday August 12, 2013
ATHENS, Ga. (AP) -- Aaron Murray is on pace to leave Georgia with most of the school's major passing records.
After two straight runner-up finishes, he's hoping to finish with a Southeastern Conference championship.
One look at a leaner Murray shows he's serious about his last SEC title chase. After making the decision to return for his senior season, Murray visited the school nutritional staff and laid out a diet plan that resulted in a loss of about 10 pounds and a reduction in his body fat from 14 to 9 percent.
No junk food? No fast food? Not even his favorite watermelon-flavored Sour Patch candy? Now that's serious.
The Georgia offense should be explosive. Tailbacks Todd Gurley and Keith Marshall are back along with all five starters on the offensive line.
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