Dawgs Aaron Murray Likely to Set SEC Career Passing Mark Against Vols

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Updated: 10/01/2013 4:33 pm

ATHENS, Ga. (AP) - There is a sense of confident calm around Georgia's offense even as the Bulldogs prepare for the possibility of being without star running back Todd Gurley at Tennessee on Saturday.


Quarterback Aaron Murray is the main reason the offense hasn't missed a beat after the No. 6 Bulldogs already lost top receiver Malcolm Mitchell for the season in their opening game.


Murray should pass former Georgia star David Greene record for most yards passing in Southeastern Conference history this week. He needs just 100-yards to get the record. Murray is also on the verge of breaking Florida standout Danny Wuerffel's SEC mark for career TD passes.


With wins over top 10 teams South Carolina and LSU last month, Murray has cast aside his old label as the quarterback who couldn't win the big game.

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