Q: You talked during the offseason about getting him and Keith Marshall the ball through the air and both of them had touchdown catches against South Carolina. Obviously, that was a functional part of the offense on Saturday.You add Hicks in there and the backfield has accounted for 8% of Murray's completions, and together they're averaging 19 yards per catch. If you're a defensive coordinator with Georgia on the schedule, these guys may not surprise you any longer when they catch the ball.
A: Oh yeah. We want to get those guys the ball any way we can. Both of them are tremendous out of the backfield. Everyone sees them as running, running, running, but I don't think either of them have dropped a pass ever. Great hands, knock on wood, but both of them have great hands and like I said, you get the ball in their hands anyway possible and let them be them.
But that only adds to the problem and the sleepless nights.