Dogs lighting up scoreboard with own Fun 'n' Gun
ATHENS, Ga. -- Aaron Murray was going over plays in the meeting room when Georgia's offensive coordinator wrote five numbers on the board.
All of them belonged to receivers.
"Is that the depth chart?" Murray asked.
"No," coordinator Mike Bobo replied. "It's a new formation."
Murray's face lit up.
The No. 5 Bulldogs have been running their own version of the "Fun `n' Gun" offense through the first five weeks of the season, lighting up opponents with a dizzying array ...
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