Murray plans for final season to be a memorable one
By BRAD KEITH
Published: Wednesday, July 23, 2008 11:08 AM CDT
Every football team needs a player like George
He’s the fullback at the bottom of the pile getting dirty while the running back dances into the end zone untouched. Or, in a spread it out offense like the one employed by Tarleton State, he’s the H-Back in motion like a receiver, just before turning upfield to cut down a linebacker.
“As long as we’re winning, that’s all I care about,” says Murray of his role in the Texans’ high-octane offense. “I just want to win.”
Winning is something Murray has grown accustomed to throughout both his prep and collegiate careers in Stephenville. The Yellow Jackets combined for a 16-5 record during his last two years, and after redshirting in 2004 at Tarleton, he has played on Texan teams that were 22-9 the past three seasons. His combined varsity and NCAA record is 38-14.
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