Insider : Murray Leads Georgia to Capital One Bowl Win
Aaron Murray threw for 427 yards and a Capital One bowl record five touchdowns as Georgia put up a bowl record 589 total yards of offense in a 45-31 win over Nebraska in front ofover 59,000 paid fans at the Citrus Bowl. It remains to be seen if this was Murray's last game as a Bulldog as he could declare for the NFL Draft, but if it isit be in a great note as he was namedthe Bowl Game MVP. Georgia's All-American linebacker Jarvis Jones had two sacks giving Jones aschool-record of 14.5 sacks for the year in what also could be his last game as Jones projected to be a top five NFL Draft pick. Nebraska loses the Capital One Bowl for the second consecutive season as last season the Cornhuskers were defeated by South Carolina. TheCornhuskersend the season at 10-4 while Georgia ends the season at 12-2 and now awaits what decision Murray and Jones will make.
Here is Postgame Press Conferences following the game from Georgia and Nebraska.
Georgia HC Mark Richt , QB Aaron Murray, and LB Jarvis Jones :
Nebraska HC Bo Pelini and LB Will Compton :