ATHENS, Ga. (AP) - Georgia's first season pushing the pace with its no-huddle offense created more than 200 additional opportunities for Aaron Murray and the Bulldogs than in the previous season.
Murray says he can't wait to see what a second season in the no-huddle attack can do for No. 6 Georgia.
By hurrying the offense back into formation and calling plays at the line, instead of in a huddle, Georgia's 1,016 plays in 2011 easily led the Southeastern Conference. No other SEC team reached 900 plays.
In 2010, Georgia ran 814 plays.
Murray says the additional snaps create more scoring opportunities. The quarterback is expecting crisper execution this season.
The familiarity with the faster pace is one reason Murray says Georgia can average 40 or more points this season.