I haven't seen much about this, but Tyler Murphy is our only hope at QB for the rest of the year. Exactly how do we keep him healthy and still run a varied offense capable of winning games in the SEC? Murphy's skill set seems to be running the ball, scrambling and throwing short passes. He may be pretty accurate throwing downfield, but we haven't really seen that yet. The coaches had him sliding after runs and scrambles against UT. Obviously, teams on our future schedule will be ready for his running ability and will try to take that option away. Do we risk letting him run the option and the naked bootleg, or do we try to super protect him on pass plays and limit the number of receivers he has in the pattern? If Murph gets hurt, our season is shot IMHO. What do you think?