Auburn Football: Scouting the Georgia Bulldogs Offense

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Nov 8, 2014; Lexington, KY, USA; Georgia Bulldogs quarterback Hutson Mason (14) throws a pass against the Kentucky Wildcats in the first half at Commonwealth Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Mark Zerof-USA TODAY Sports


Hutson Mason finally took the reins of the Georgia offense in 2014 as a fifth-year senior following Aaron Murray’s graduation. However, he was able to get an early start as the Bulldogs’ starting quarterback because of Murray’s late season injury. Mason started two games last year and entered the off-season as the unquestioned signal caller and a team leader.

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  • Mason finished 2013 with a win over Georgia Tech and a loss to Nebraska in the bowl game, and has led Georgia to a 7-2 record, including a 5-2 mark in SEC play this season. He’s completed 140 of the 203 passes he’s attempted this season – a very impressive 69% – for 1,515 yards and 15 touchdowns with three interceptions.

    The senior was incredibly efficient last week against Kentucky and completed 13 of 16 passes for 174 yards and four TDs without an interception.

    Mason doesn’t have the biggest arm, but he is certainly an effective passer. He’s not going to blow anyone away with his speed or scrambling ability, but he’s no statue either and has four rushing touchdowns this season.

    While Mason’s stats haven’t been as impressive as his predecessor, they haven’t needed to be because the Bulldogs have one of the most dangerous rushing attacks in the SEC.

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