No. 9 Georgia's offense clicking on all cylinders
ATHENS, Ga. - When Aaron Murray steps to the line, he's got weapons all around.
There are speedy receivers and sure-handed receivers. There's a big tight end and no shortage of talented running backs. The guys up front are an experienced bunch, giving Georgia's quarterback plenty of confidence when he drops into the pocket.
No wonder the ninth-ranked Bulldogs (2-1, 1-0 SEC) have been really clicking with the ball in their hands.
Georgia goes into Saturday's big game against No. 6 LSU (4-0, 1-0) with one of the country's top offenses, averaging more than 40 points and 574 yards per game.
Murray, a fifth-year senior, plays a huge role in the team's success. But the biggest thing is balance. The Bulldogs have depth at every position, giving the quarterback plenty of options.
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