Top 10 UGA quarterbacks

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1. David Greene
David Greene finished his career with the NCAA record for wins (42) and also led the Bulldogs to the 2002 SEC title, their first conference title in 20 years. Famous for the "Hobnail Boot" play his freshman season, Greene led seven other fourth-quarter comebacks in his four-year career. Greene set the conference record for career passing yardage (11,528), a mark later broken by UGA's Aaron Murray.
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2. Aaron Murray
Aaron Murray finished his prolific career in 2013. He threw for 13,166 yards, 121 touchdowns and 41 interceptions. He owns the SEC career records for passing TD and passing yardage. Murray's record in big games was a mixed bag, though. In his senior season, for instance, he played poorly in losses to Missouri and Vanderbilt, but he played well in wins over South Carolina, LSU and Florida.
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3. John Rauch
John Rauch started every game in his four-year tenure (1945-48), throwing for a then-NCAA record 4,044 yards. Helped lead Georgia to the 1946 SEC title. Inducted into the College Football Hall of Fame in 2003.
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4. Fran Tarkenton
Fran Tarkenton earned All-American honors, leading Georgia to the 1959 Southeastern Conference title after his last-minute touchdown pass defeated Auburn. Inducted into the College Football Hall of Fame in 1987.
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5. Zeke Bratkowski
Zeke Bratkowski earned All-American honors in 1952 and 1953. He led the nation in passing in 1952, leading the SEC in passing for three years (1951-53). Bratkowski finished his Georgia career with 4,863 yards, an NCAA record for career yardage that stood until 1961.
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6. Eric Zeier
Eric Zeier finished his college career in 1994 with 67 school records and 18 SEC records. He completed 59.7 percent of his passes (still a school record), posting 67 touchdowns and 37 interceptions. When he finished, he set the SEC career passing record with 11,153 yards.
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7. Buck Belue
Buck Belue threw for more than 3,800 yards in his career, but he's known mainly for one pass. His 93-yard catch-and-run completion to Lindsay Scott defeated Florida in 1980 and kept alive Georgia's national championship bid.
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8. D.J. Shockley
D.J. Shockley started only one season, but it was a great one. In 2005, Shockley scored six touchdowns against nationally-ranked Boise State and led the Bulldogs to a 10-3 mark (he missed the loss to Florida due to a knee injury). Shockley tossed 24 touchdown passes against five interceptions that season and finished his four-year campaign with the school's career record for passing effiency (142.86).
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9. Matt Stafford
Matt Stafford threw for 7,731 yards, 51 touchdowns and 33 interceptions in his three-year career (2006-08). He led Georgia to an 11-2 record in 2007, with wins over Florida, Auburn and Georgia Tech, and a win over Hawaii in the Sugar Bowl.
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10. Mike Bobo
Mike Bobo started two seasons, notching several key wins along the way. Defeated Auburn in a 1996 four-overtime thriller after completing a Hail Mary pass at the end of regulation. In 1997, Bobo helped snap a seven-game losing streak to Florida (a 37-17 victory), and he later added a comeback win over Georgia Tech. He threw for 6,334 yards and 38 touchdowns in his career.

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With college football season rapidly approaching, here's a look at the top 10 quarterbacks in Georgia Bulldogs history. The rankings consider statistics, honors and games won. College Sports

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