Tennessee vs. Georgia: Live Scores, Analysis and Results
Georgia 51, Tennessee 44 - Final
The Bulldogs win a wild one in Athens as they defeat Tennessee 51-44.
The Bulldogs racked up 560 yards of total offense while the Vols had 478.
Georgia was up as much as 17 in the second quarter, but the Vols score 20 points in the second quarter to make it a see-saw battle throughout the game.
The Bulldogs remain undefeated at 5-0 while the Vols drop to 3-2.
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Georgia 51, Tennessee 44 - Final. Commings comes up with another INT and the Bulldogs defeat the Vols to remain undefeated. It was not easy, but the Bulldogs will take it.
Georgia was forced to punt. Tennessee will have the ball at their own 35-yard line with 15 seconds left
The fumble was recovered by John Jenkins. Nice work by the big man who had a solid game.
BALL, BALL, BALL!! Bray fumbles and Georgia recovers. Now, it's time for the Bulldogs to ice this game and get ready for South Carolina.
Patterson gets the Vols to the Bulldogs 27-yard line. Now they seem to be picking up the pace.
Tennessee is slowly moving down the field. But time continues to tick away so they have to pick up the tempo.
Rantavious Wooten can't make the third down catch and the Bulldogs are forced to punt. Very strong throw from Murray, but Wooten could not pull it in.
The Bulldogs defense gets the stop they were looking for as Sanders Commings picks off Bray. Now the Bulldogs have to punt the nail in the coffin and get a score on this offensive series.
Expect to see a lot of Neal on this drive. It worked for the Vols on the last series so why stop?
Murray misfires Bennett and the Bulldogs are forced to punt. This is the time for the Bulldogs defense to rise up and play like a top-five unit because they have not played like that all game long.
The Bulldogs have to score on this drive. If they don't things will get real interesting in the next five minutes.
Georgia 51, Tennessee 44 - 8:56 Fourth Quarter. Rajion Neal scores on a 9-yard run to cut the Vols lead to seven. They methodically drove down the field and took five minutes off the clock. I'm not sure if that was the best idea with time ticking away in this game.
Tennessee is running the ball quite a bit on this drive. Aren't they worried about the clock?
The Bulldogs are blitzing more in the second half. They are doing everything it takes to pressure Bray.
With this being the start of the fourth quarter, the Vols have no more room for error. They have to play mistake free football on offense because the defense is not helping them out.
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The Bulldogs have 538 yards through three quarters. Tennessee has 348.
It's the fourth quarter in Athens, which means Superman is in the building.
The 62-yard pass is all for nothing because the Vols could not punch it in and missed the chip-shot field goal. The Bulldogs dodged a big bullet there.
Now Tyler Bray throws a 62-yard pass to Rivera. This is looking like an Arena Football game.
The Bulldogs have now scored over 40 point in their first five games, which is a first in school history.
Georgia 51, Tennessee 37 - 3:06 Third Quarter. Bulldogs get the lead back to 14 after Marshall scores on a 72-yard run. I really don't know what to say about Marshall or Gurley. Other than this would be a very different ball club.
Georgia 43, Tennessee 37 - 4:12 Third Quarter. Tennessee is back in business after Patterson scores on a 42-yard run. Yeah, we have a very wild game in Athens.
Neal get a big run as the Vols try to respond. In order for UT to come back, Neal has to be heavily involved.
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