Kevin Sumlin Sent Aaron Murray a Get Well Soon Letter

Although Texas A&M has not played Georgia under Kevin Sumlin, the Aggies head coach was gracious enough to send a Get Well Soon letter to UGA quarterback Aaron Murray. It’s certainly a classy gesture to a DGD.

Murray tore the ACL in his left knee on Nov. 24 against Kentucky in Athens. He even stayed in for 13 additional plays and tossed a touchdown pass after suffering the season-ending injury.

Murray is already off of crutches and plans to throw, do drop-backs, and maybe even run for NFL scouts at Georgia’s Pro Day in April.

More in UGA Football

Roquan Smith

Georgia’s Roquan Smith Undergoes Successful Surgery

UGA Sports CommunicationsFeb 5, 2016
Malcolm Mitchell

Malcolm Mitchell to be Honored with Community Spirit Award

UGA Sports CommunicationsFeb 5, 2016
Kirby Smart

2016 UGA Football Signee Bios

Kevin KelleyFeb 3, 2016
David Marshall

3-Star DE David Marshall Flips to Georgia

Brandon SudgeFeb 3, 2016
Tyler Clark

4-Star DT Tyler Clark Signs with Georgia

Brandon SudgeFeb 3, 2016
UGA Football

Morning Recap: National Signing Day 2016

Brandon SudgeFeb 3, 2016
G-Day Spring Game

2016 G-Day Game to Kick Off at 4:00 PM

Kevin KelleyFeb 3, 2016
Tyler Simmons

3-Star WR Tyler Simmons Flips to Georgia

Brandon SudgeFeb 3, 2016
Michail Carter

4-star DL Michail Carter Commits to Georgia

Brandon SudgeFeb 3, 2016
Javon Wims

4-Star JUCO WR Javon Wims Signs with Georgia

Brandon SudgeFeb 3, 2016
Mecole Hardman

5-star ATH Mecole Hardman Jr. Commits to Georgia

Brandon SudgeFeb 3, 2016
Signing Day 2016

UGA Football Signing Day 2016 Updates

Kevin KelleyFeb 3, 2016

© 2016 SicEmDawgs.com
Partner of USA TODAY Sports Digital Properties