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Murphy Not Satisfied With Spring Performance

With the buzz that Tyler Murphy created with his spring game performance, it's tough to imagine the redshirt freshman being down on himself after the game. However, he was. It wasn't about mistakes that were noticed, either. Murphy knew he threw the ball well and hit open receivers in stride, but there were smaller mistakes that bugged him when the game was over.

"It's just stuff like getting sacked in a two-minute offense instead of throwing the ball out of bounds," Murphy said. "We had fourth-and-goal, and I didn't throw the ball in the end zone. It's stuff like that on mental errors during plays. It's stuff I have to work on to improve." It doesn't seem like anything serious, especially with a redshirt freshman that went 7-for-11 for 68 yards and a...

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