PHOTO: Aaron Murray has a T-shirt message for Georgia fans
Via the magic of Twitter, Instagram, and custom-made t-shirts, Aaron Murray indirectly relayed a message to Georgia fans upset over last week's loss.
For anyone unfamiliar with the basis of the T-shirt's inspiration, it's this piece of British World War II propaganda. For anyone unfamiliar with the term "Gurshall," that's the nickname for Georgia's two-headed freshman tailback tandem of Gurley and Keith Marshall. For anyone wondering about to whom Murray's and Gurley's admonition to "Keep Calm" might be intended, well, let's just say Georgia fans didn't take the 35-7 horse-whipping at South Carolina all that well.
Of course, after that kind of loss -- with that game's kind of SEC East-title-and-national-championship-shot-potentially-on-the-line stakes -- the Bulldogs faithful might advise Messrs. Murray and Gurley to be a little less calm, an accusation that's been flung at Mark Richt's largely even-keeled teams before, not to mention their even-keeled coach himself. With Florida still to come and the Dawgs reeling, simply carrying on might not be the best way to proceed.
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