3 Greatest Quarterbacks in Georgia History

Zach Brunner
Jake Fromm passed for 8,236 yards and 78 touchdowns at Georgia.
Jake Fromm passed for 8,236 yards and 78 touchdowns at Georgia. / Christian Petersen/Getty Images

The Georgia Bulldogs have been an elite program in the college football world, totaling 805 wins in their 116 seasons. While their style of play offensively has changed through the years, they have been known to put together tough-minded offenses. Recently, the Bulldogs have seen a surge in their passing game.

These are the three greatest quarterbacks in Georgia program history.

3. Jake Fromm, 2017-19

Jake Fromm is the most recent Bulldogs quarterback, currently preparing for the NFL Draft. He started all three years at Georgia, passing for 8,236 yards, 78 touchdowns and 18 interceptions. Fromm is also an accurate passer, completing 63.3 percent of his passes. Additionally, He led the Bulldogs to the National Championship game as a true freshman, before losing in heart-breaking fashion to the Alabama Crimson Tide.

2. David Greene, 2001-04

David Greene may not be the biggest name on the Georgia quarterback list, but his level of play elevates him to this status. He is second all-time in passing yards, with 11,528. Greene passed for 72 touchdowns to 32 interceptions, finishing his college career with a 138.3 passer rating. When taking into account a player's entire career at Georgia, Greene certainly belongs as a top-three quarterback.

1. Aaron Murray, 2010-13

While Aaron Murray was most recently seen getting benched in the XFL, he dominated the SEC during his time at Georgia. He passed for over 3,000 yards in all four seasons, for a total of 13,166 yards and 121 touchdowns, which are by far the most in school history. He also threw just 41 interceptions, finishing with a passer rating of 158.6.

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