For many Tennessee fans, it is still hard to put into words what they watched take place Saturday in Athens.
For the first 20 minutes, Georgia was running away from the Tennessee Volunteers. The only reason Tennessee had any kind of life was because Byron Moore put them on the board with an interception for a touchdown.
Then the script completely flipped, and the Vols surged forward. Tennessee scored 20 straight points to take a 30-27 lead before the Dawgs tied it right before half.
After halftime, Georgia once again started to run away from the orange and white. But every time the Bulldogs created separation, the Vols battled back and had the football three separate times in the final seven minutes trailing by seven points.
Let's try to make some sense of what happened Saturday and pick out winners and losers.