Ranking the top five Georgia football offenses of all time

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Aaron Murray #11 of the Georgia Bulldog (Photo by Wesley Hitt/Getty Images) /

Offensive Coordinator: Mike Bobo
Leading Passer: Aaron Murray
Leading Rusher: Todd Gurley
Leading Receiver: Tavarres King
Placekicker: Marshall Morgan

Total Offense Per Game: 467.6 yards
Total Touchdowns: 69
Points Per Game: 36.7

No Georgia offensive countdown would be complete without fan-favorite and legendary quarterback, Aaron Murray. In 2012 Murray helped bring the Bulldogs the closest they had been to a national title since 1982, but despite his heroics, Georgia fell short in what many considered the defacto national title game against Alabama in the SEC Championship.

Murray broke the Georgia single-season record with 3,893 passing yards and 36 touchdowns, and the Bulldogs had six different receivers haul in over 350 receiving yards each.

Along with the high-powered passing attack, Georgia had a bevy of running backs to shoulder the offensive load. Todd Gurley, Keith Marshall, and Richard Samuel helped lead the Dawgs to 182 rushing yards per game, and averaged five yards per carry.

The final seconds of that 2012 SEC title game still haunt Georgia fans to this day.