For the last two decades, the Southeastern Conference has been the epicenter of college football. It has produced numerous national champions, and sent many great players to the pros.
Many of the NFL's best quarterbacks went to an SEC school: the Manning brothers, Matthew Stafford, Dak Prescott, Cam Newton (feel free to add Joe Burrow and Tua Tagovailoa when they are ready). Heck, you can go back to names like Bart Starr, Joe Namath, and Mannings' father Archie. But none of the above were statistically the best quarterback in SEC history.
That would be Aaron Murray. Who?
Murray played four seasons at the University of Georgia, and set all kinds of records. He is the SEC's all-time leader in passing yards and touchdowns. And, yes, Murray is Halachically Jewish, attendance at Jesuit High School be damned.
So how did Murray do in the NFL?
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