Athens, GA–Take a look at the intensity as Keith Marshall stumbles while going for the ball at the UGA vs. Tennessee game this past Saturday.

This adds 4 more players to the list of injured UGA players, and it’s time for the newbies to fill their big shoes.

Many fans are worried that this may be a big hurdle for UGA in the upcoming games, but quarterback Aaron Murray says that he’s very proud of the way freshmen JJ Green and Brendan Douglas, and says both of them have impressed him and the team.

The big question on everyone’s minds…When will we see running back Todd Gurley back on the grass?

Coach Mark Richt answers with, “Whenever he feels good enough to play, he’ll play. He won’t practice today, and I think we’re just going to see if he can run straight tomorrow.”

The Georgia Bulldogs are ready to do anything and everything to pull out wins. However, that “everything AND anything” mentality does not include superstitions for Defensive End Garrison Smith.

“I just live. If you have superstitions and you forget to do one thing, you’re going to psych yourself out. Whatever happens, happens. I don’t a black cat on me.”

Murray says that while football is a very violent sport but going out to the field scared is not an option.

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