QB Murray not lobbying for blackout

Georgia quarterback Aaron Murray isn’t making much of a push for a blackout for his final home game after all.


At least not publicly.

“If it happens, I won’t complain about it, but I’m more focused on winning the game right now,” Murray said.

Georgia coach Mark Richt said on his radio show on Monday night that wearing black jerseys was a logistical issue.

“If I had black jerseys to give them, I’d have them wear ’em,” Richt said. “We just don’t have them. I don’t know if that’s going to break everybody’s heart or not, but we don’t have any black jerseys in stock. If we did, I’d be all for it. I’ll say this: if the fans want to honor Aaron Murray’s request and bless him and the seniors, and I’m sure our players would love if the fans did a blackout. The players don’t necessarily have to wear the black jerseys to get a blackout, do they?”

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