Check out what former Georgia quarterback and current CBS Sports analyst Aaron Murray had to say about Joe Burrow and the LSU Tigers this week.

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Better then what Jordan Rodgers said... He said last year burrow was not good. I think that's a little harsh. He made some throws to win games
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Barrow's adjusted completion percentage was 70% last year. People forget how many just awful drops there were on simple routes inside 15 yards last season.
6 months
This is racism. I thought JJ gone be best
Reply6 months
Thank you for giving me the opportunity to downvote this twice
6 months
This is racism. I thought JJ gone be best
Reply6 months
That’s not at all what he said It was complimentary but not what this title suggests
Reply6 months
Completely agree with Murray, but in Burrow's final three games, his statistics include a 7OT game, which skewed his averages big time
Reply6 months
I thought the same thing but went back and looked and his A&M game was only 270 yds passing. Well below the average they put out there.
6 months
Hard!
Reply6 months
very credible opinion
Reply6 months
Nice !
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