A little birdie told him
Murray careful to maintain sense of responsibility in Twitter-verse
ATHENS, Ga. -- Perhaps no one in college football understands the power of social media better than Aaron Murray.
Throughout his three seasons as Georgia's starting quarterback, Murray has been at the center of a seemingly endless array of Twitter brouhahas, ranging from salacious to saddening and from touching to hilarious. So, considering his audience of more than 80,000 followers, it made perfect sense when Murray decided to break news last Sunday with a quick tweet.
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