INDIANAPOLIS - A number of SEC quarterbacks spoke with reporters Friday inside Lucas Oil Stadium as part of the 2014 NFL Draft Combine.
Former Georgia signal caller Aaron Murray was in that number, and the Tampa, Fla., native addressed a number of topics, from what he stands to gain this week to what the interview processes have been like so far. Murray also looked back briefly on his college career, tabbing the 2013 LSU game as "the most fun" he had on a football field while wearing the red and black.
It's all here below in this HD video.
HD VIDEO: Georgia QB Aaron Murray
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