For the last four years, the Georgia Bulldogs have had one constant with Aaron Murray as their quarterback. The fans have been able to watch him grow into a leader and one of college football's premier players throughout his record setting career. With Murray's season ending injury last week, the Bulldogs are now facing an unknown but familiar situation as red-shirt junior Hutson Mason will take over the reigns for the Georgia Bulldogs.
At Georgia, Mark Richt has recruited very well at the quarterback position and it has created a couple of other situations similar to this one. DJ Shockley sat behind David Greene for four years before finally getting his shot. Joe Cox did the same thing as he waited patiently for Matthew Stafford to turn pro. Now it's Hutson Mason's turn as he takes over for Murray after watching from the sidelines.
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