Georgia vs. South Carolina: Live Score, Analysis and Results
Georgia 7, South Carolina 35, Final
The SEC Game of the Year has come to and end as South Carolina runs over Georgia. Connor Shaw, Marcus Lattimore and the Gamecocks defense dominated from start to finish and have now won 10 straight games dating back to last season.
The Bulldogs 15 regular season win streak is snapped and now trail the Gamecocks and the Florida Gators by one game in the SEC East lead.
Here's the 10 things to take away from the Bulldogs loss vs. South Carolina.
The game has come to an end and the Gamecocks now have an inside track on the SEC East title. The Bulldogs are off next week and will now have to get back to the drawing board so a performance like this won't happen again.
Georgia 7, South Carolina 35. Ken Malcome scores to help the Bulldogs avoid the shutout. He is the Bulldogs best player tonight and he 's only played five minutes.
Ken Malcome is running hard for the Bulldogs. And why he didn't play earlier in the game?
As bad as Georgia has looked and as good as South Carolina has looked, both of their seasons are not over. A lot can change for both teams the next six games.
This game had so much hype, I'm not surprised that it turned out to be a blowout. But Georgia just did not show up, which is surprising considering the way this series has played out the last two years.
Georgia 0, South Carolina 35. Connor Shaw scores on the read option to put the game on ice. The Bulldogs have given up and really have to take a long hard look at themselves when this game is over.
Kirk Herbstreit said that he was a Georgia fan, he would be beyond frustrated with the team's performance. I think frustrated is not the word that comes to mind.
John Jenkins gets called on an offsides penalty. It looks as if the Bulldogs are tired and are ready to get back on the bus back to Athens.
Jarvis Jones got called on an offsides penalty on fourth-and short play. Not a good night for the All-American.
Alright, it's the fourth quarter. Can Georgia make an improbable comeback? Anyone? Bueller?
Ace Sanders is as dangerous return specialist as you will find in the SEC. He will be a difference make down the road.
According to the commentators, Jadaveon Clowney is the greatest defensive player in college football history. Well, that's why this game is a blowout.
Georgia blocks the field goal to keep the score 28-0 South Carolina. One of the very few bright spots for the Bulldogs in this game.
Now, the Gamecocks are going to use a lot of Lattimore. Let's hope the Bulldogs don't give up, because that's the last thing Georgia fans want to see.
Bulldogs turn the ball over on downs. I'm not sure why Murray's targeting Rantavious Wooten a lot. Where's Mitchell and King?
The Bulldogs have only gained 116 yards on offense. They average over 500 yards of offense this season.
Georgia 0, South Carolina 28. Lattimore scores on a 1-yard run. That play was set up because of a Shaw 62-yard pass to D.L. Moore. Just when you think the defense for Georgia is starting to play better, they give up another big play.
Georgia goes three and out. That has pretty much been the story of the Bulldogs offense in this game. The offensive line is getting worked by the South Carolina defensive line.
Georgia will have another shot on offense as the Gamecocks punt on their opening series in the second half. They have to get the ball to Malcolm Mitchell and Tavarres King on a consistent basis.
The Bulldogs are tightening up on defense. Ogletree is starting to play a lot better as well as Jarvis Jones.
The halftime talk did not help Murray. He is still off target with his throws.
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