ATHENS, Ga. (AP) - Aaron Murray has received some lofty praise, should he decide to enter the NFL draft.
That talk will have to wait, however. The quarterback still has plenty of work to do for No. 3 Georgia.
Murray has guided the Bulldogs (10-1) to the brink of playing for a national championship. If they can beat rival Georgia Tech on Saturday and No. 2 Alabama the following week in the Southeastern Conference title game, they'll likely be headed for Miami.
Murray hasn't decided whether he will enter the draft or come back for his senior season. But former NFL coach Tony Dungy says he would take Murray with the top pick if he goes pro.
Georgia Tech (6-5) hopes to break a skid of 10 losses in 11 years to the Bulldogs.

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