Aaron Murray's House Vandalized Following Loss
The junior completed just 11-of-31 (35.9 percent) of his passes for 109 yards and an interception, throwing away (literally) any chances for a Heisman bid and more than likely a national championship appearance.
Dawg fans weren't too happy with this, and they didn't show it through boos or Twitter complains. They took action.
According to a report by the Albany Herald, Murray's house — which he shares with linebacker Christian Robinson — was vandalized with eggs and toilet paper following Georgia's loss.
This is the third straight loss to South Carolina, and the Bulldogs must now win out and hope for the Gamecocks to lose two conference games in order to reach the SEC title matchup.
Georgia will have two weeks to prepare for Kentucky before hosting No. 4 Florida in Sanford Stadium October 27.
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