October 21, 2008

Exclusive Video: Murray vs. Hillsborough

Georgia commitment Aaron Murray was off to a great start against Hillsborough last Thursday before he was carted off the field late in the second quarter. We were there in Tampa and you can see why Murray is one of the top quarterbacks in the country in these exclusive video clips.

The 6-foot-1, 205 pound quarterback was possibly on his way to a huge game against a tough Hillsborough team last Thursday. After about 20 minutes of action, Murray had 205 yards passing and 95 yards rushing for a total of four touchdowns.

That was before his injury late in the second quarter when a Hillsborough Dl rolled on the left leg of Murray. The ball was thrown while Murray was going down and completed for about a 13 yard gain, but when the receiver was getting up, Murray remained on the ground.

Murray is the leader of Plant's football team, he is a well liked student, and he is well respected throughout Tampa and the state of Florida. As soon as the crowd saw the UGA commitment down, they went into silence.

The Rivals100 QB was carted off the field and then the news came out that he had dislocated his left ankle and broken his fibula. He returns to the doctor on Monday and if the swelling is down, then surgery will likely take place this week.

At the time Murray left the game, Plant led 28-21 and Murray was blazing. We were there to see this future Dawg in action and he was putting on a show with his arm and legs.

Check out these exclusive clips right here.


Aaron Murray vs Hillsborough


Notes: Murray planned to be in Athens over the weekend for his official visit to Georgia, but that has to be re-scheduled due to his injury. He could be in Athens when the Dawgs host GT or sometime in December before he moves in January 2009. It is uncertain at this time if Murray will be able to participate in the Army All-American game or not.



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