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Georgia Southern 14, Georgia 45 - Final
The Georgia Bulldogs have defeated the Georgia Southern Eagles at Sanford Stadium 45-14.
Aaron Murray threw for 330 yards and four touchdowns while Alec Olgetree led the defense with 12 tackles and one tackle for loss.
The Bulldogs win their 10th game of the season, which is the 20th time in school history they have reached that mark.
The Eagles drop to 8-3 and will take part in the FCS playoffs next week.
Okay folks. Here's my piece on the 10 things we learned from the Bulldogs win against Georgia Southern.
That's a wrap from Athens as the Bulldogs take care of business and run over the Eagles of Georgia Southern.
Thanks everyone for following along and be sure to check back here in a couple of hours to red my 10 things we learned from today's win.
Here's the box score of the game via ESPN.
Georgia 45, Georgia Southern 14. Backup QB Parker Welch throws a 13-yard touchdown pass to Justin Scott Wesley to put a stamp on this game. I bet Mark Richt and Mike Bobo are really happy that Welch was able to lead the Bulldogs down the field.
The UGA starters have come out of the game and the second team has taken over. This is always a good sign because not only the starters dominated the game, the coaches can see what the reserves can do in a game-situation.
Georgia 38, Georgia Southern 14. McKinnon scores on a 23-yard run to cut the Bulldogs lead to 24. McKinnon was on fire during that drive and you can see why Georgia Southern won their conference.
The Bulldogs go three-and-out to start the fourth quarter and punt for the first time today. That maybe the last time we see the offensive starters today.
Georgia 38, Georgia Southern 7. After a Southern fumble, the Bulldogs capitalize with a Murray 33-yard touchdown pass to Conley. The Bulldogs are pouring it on and if they get one more score before the fourth quarter, the starters should come out of the game.
Bacarri Rambo goes down with an injury. If I was the coaches for Georgia, he would not go back in the game, no matter what.
Georgia 31, Georgia Southern 7. Murray throws a 43-yard touchdown pass to Tavarres King to increase the Bulldogs lead to 24. The receivers for Georgia have been running by the Southern secondary all game long and Murray could keep throwing deep if he really wanted to.
Another three-and-out for the Bulldogs defense. They are starting to figure out what Southern is doing on offense and flying around to the football because of it.
Georgia 24, Georgia Southern 7. Murray throws a 13-yard touchdown pass to Chris Conley to give the Bulldogs the 17-point lead. Nice drive to start the second half for the Bulldogs as they were able to take four minutes off the clock.
Bulldogs dodged a bullet. It looked as if Tavarres King fumbled the ball after a first down reception, but the pass was ruled incomplete after the play was reviewed.
Bulldogs are methodically moving down the field on their opening series of the half. They are trying to to not let Southern have any chance to produce any long drives.
Looks like the Bulldogs have made some adjustments as they force the Eagles to go three-and-out for the first time today. That was a much needed stop for the Bulldogs because Southern was running over and around the Bulldogs in the first half.
As for the quarterbacks, Aaron Murray is 10-of-15 for 199 yards and one touchdown. Jerick McKinnon is 1-of-1 for 16 yards, but leads all rushers with 39 yards on 10 carries.
Here's a few halftime stats. Georgia has outgained Southern in total yards (249-165), but Southern has outrushed the Bulldogs (149-50).
Georgia 17, Georgia Southern 7. Aaron Murray throws a 24-yard touchdown pass to Malcolm Mitchell to put the Bulldogs up by 10. That 2-minute offense was executed perfectly by the Bulldogs. And it was much needed going into halftime.
GSU misses the FG and that gives the Bulldogs 1:03 left in the half to try to increase their lead.
Southern went for it on fourth down deep in Georgia territory, but got called for a personal foul penalty. They will have to settle for a field goal.
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