Murray Shows Jitters in Georgia Scrimmage

ATHENS, Ga. (AP) - Georgia coach Mark Richt says he did his best
to make his team's last scrimmage of the preseason feel like a real

Freshman Quarterback Aaron Murray says he had some jitters that
caused him to overthrow a pass or two at the start of Wednesday's

Murray knows Sanford Stadium will feel different when the Bulldogs open their season on Sept. 4 against Louisiana-Lafayette.

Murray says one big difference is there will be more than 90,000 fans in the stands.

Richt tried to simulate a real game by have officials, game captains and a coin toss at the scrimmage.

Murray prepared for his first start by completing 9 of 17 passes for 127 yards with a touchdown and no interceptions.

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