Murray tops Tebow to become SEC's total offense king

Murray tops Tebow to become SEC's total offense king

Published Oct. 19, 2013 2:34 p.m. ET

Georgia quarterback Aaron Murray has already endured his share of highs and lows this season.

Two landmark victories over South Carolina and LSU.

A pair of heartbreaking losses to Clemson and Missouri.

Becoming the SEC's all-time leader in passing yardage last month.

And on Saturday against Vanderbilt, the Bulldog extraordinaire became the SEC's all-time leader in total offense — eclipsing Tim Tebow's former record (12,232 total yards) with a routine, yet watershed 7-yard pass to UGA tight end Arthur Lynch.

For good measure against Vandy, Murray tacked on a pair of rushing touchdowns — his third collegiate outing of multiple rushing TDs (2009 vs. Tennessee, 2011 vs. Florida Atlantic).

A four-year starter at Georgia, Murray has been a consistent force for the Bulldogs throughout the decade, sparking his team to one bowl victory and two SEC East titles.

Plus, there's still time for Murray to keep the Bulldogs in contention for a third straight SEC East crown ... along with breaking Danny Wuerffel's SEC record for touchdown passes.

Murray (zero TD passes in Georgia's 31-27 loss to Vandy) needs three scoring passes to break Wuerffel's hallowed mark.