DawgNation links: Murray's obsession

David Ching writes: Aaron Murray is the SEC's most experienced QB, but big wins have eluded him and he's focusing on fixing the small things, hoping they will lead to bigger rewards.

ChingInsider: Practice notes. After Wednesday afternoon’s scrimmage, Mark Richt didn’t exactly declare Ken Malcome Georgia’s starting tailback, but the veteran Bulldog was glad to know his coach presumed he would get the nod.

ChingInsider: The Bulldogs’ regulars versus the scout team played one half of a scrimmage in Stanford Stadium and Mark Richt spotted “Buffalo” a 35-0 lead before “Georgia” rallied back to send the game to overtime.

Kipp Adams writesInsider: What does such a large and nearly full Class of 2013 mean for the top Georgia targets still out there? That question and more in this week’s DawgNation recruiting mailbag.

Ching Around the hedges in 80 DaysInsider: Regardless of whether he cracks the lineup this fall, long snapper Nathan Theus knows he has an excellent chance to become the full-time snapper for the next three seasons once the senior ahead of him exhausts his eligibility.