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Overall Game Grade: F
The Georgia Bulldogs offense compiled 497 yards on offense, as they had no problem scoring touchdowns at will.
Aaron Murray had few problems finding open receivers because he threw from a clean pocket for the majority of the game. In the 38-0 rout, Murray threw for 208 yards and three touchdowns.
Georgia converted on 8-of-14 third downs, and that rate would have been higher had they not been so conservate in the fourth quarter.
Todd Gurley and Keith Marshall, who are the Bulldogs two best running backs, each finished the game with a per-rush average of over 10 yards.
If Georgia wanted to, they could have easily amassed more than 50 points against the Tigers defense.
Fourth Quarter: F
The Auburn Tigers defense managed to forced the Bulldogs to punt on back to back drives, which seemed impossible in the first half.
The Bulldogs play calling has become more conservative, as they are clearly going to win this game in a blowout.
Third Quarter: F
The Georgia Bulldogs picked up right where they left off on their first drive of the third quarter, as they drove down the field before being stopped inside the Auburn five-yard line.
The stop marked the first time that the Bulldogs were stopped short of a touchdown, although Georgia did hold the ball for over seven minutes.
At this point, the Tigers defense is playing just to avoid being embarrassed even more.
On the Bulldogs next drive, Keith Marshall took a 3rd-and-one carry up the middle and outran the Auburn defense for another touchdown.
Marshall's big run continues to accentuate the point that change has to happen at Auburn, because the product that is being put on the field is inferior to all the other SEC schools.
The Tigers defense is tackling poorly and somehow managed to allow a touchdown run on in an obvious running situation.
Second Quarter: F
The Georgia Bulldogs first drive of the second quarter saw Aaron Murray's first two incompletions.
After a Murray pass fell incomplete on third-down, the Tigers were called for roughing the passer which extended the Bulldogs drive. Mistakes like that will cripple even the best of teams, so it is even more depressing when a team that needs any break they can get makes such an error.
The Tigers defense is beginning to look fatigued in the second quarter, as Georgia has had no problem dominating the time of possession.
Murray got the wind knocked out of him and was forced to sit out a play. He came back on the next play which was a third down.
The Bulldogs converted on each of their first fout third downs, as the Tigers defense cannot find a way to get off the field.
Murray hit Tavarres King in the end zone, who managed to get his right foot down prior to stepping out of bounds with his left.
The Auburn defense has surrendered touchdowns on each of the Bulldogs first four drives, as things continue to look bleaker and bleaker.
The play that perfectly epitomized the first half was a 3rd-and-20 for Georgia with two minutes left, as Keith Marshall took a draw and evaded the poor tackling of the Tigers and converted for the first down.
First Quarter: F
The Georgia Bulldogs offense made a statement early when they drove the field in six plays and scored a touchdown.
On the drive, Georgia running back Todd Gurley hit a hole and broke off a 49-yard run.
Four plays after Gurley's big run, Aaron Murray found wide receiver Chris Conley wide open in the back of the end zone.
The Auburn Tiger defense were steamrolled by the Bulldogs offense on the first drive, and if things don't improve, it's going to be a very long night.
Murray has had plenty of time in the pocket, while the Bulldog running backs have had few problems finding gaping holes in the Auburn defense.
In the first quarter, the defense failed to make a single play that inspired any confidence that they will be able to turn it around.
The Bulldogs scored touchdowns on both of their drives in the first quarter, and this game is on the way to blowout city.