Aaron Murray threw for 3,893 yards (a Georgia record) in 2012 and added 36 passing TDs (another Georgia record).  Naturally his return was greeted favorably…to say the least.  The return of some elite pass catchers is equally promising.  Murray will have 63.14% of his yardage returning and 64.86% of his TD production back in 2013.  Add to that mix Michael Bennett who should be back from a knee injury and suddenly the loss of Tavarres King (Georgia’s all-time leader in games played) and Marlon Brown seems pretty daggum manageable.

Georgia returns big tight ends (Jay Rome and Arthur Lynch), fast wideouts (Malcolm Mitchell and Chris Conley), sure-handed veterans (Bennett and Rantavious Wooten) and developing talents (Justin Scott-Wesley and redshirt frosh Blake Tibbs).  Toss in (pun intended) Mike Bobo’s new found affinity for throwing the ball to Keith Marshall out of the backfield, and you have to think Georgia’s passing…

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