ATHENS, Ga. (AP) -- With apologies to A.J. Green, Georgia would rather have plenty of options.
The Bulldogs will look to keep mixing things up when they face Vanderbilt on Saturday night.
Aaron Murray and No. 5 Georgia (3-0, 1-0 Southeastern Conference) have been getting nearly everyone in on the offensive act. Tavarres King, Marlon Brown and Michael Bennett have each had 100-yard receiving games. Freshmen Todd Gurley and Keith Marshall rushed for more than 100 yards apiece in last week's rout of Florida Atlantic.
There's no one the quality of Green, who's moved on to the NFL. But offensive coordinator Mike Bobo says it's easier to exploit defenses now than it was with one superb player.
Vanderbilt (1-2, 0-1) keeps coming close, but is still seeking a marquee win for coach James Franklin.