The Georgia Bulldogs defeated the Nebraska Cornhuskers, 45-31, and finish the season with a 12-2 record. The offense for the Bulldogs tallied nearly 600 yards and the defense forced three turnovers.
It was not the best performance for the Bulldogs, but it was a very good way to end one of the better seasons in recent memory.
Here are grades for all the Bulldog starters from the Capital One Bowl.
Murray did throw two interceptions in the first quarter, but he settled down after the second interception and threw for 428 yards and five touchdowns.
After Murray picked apart the nation's top defense, this was a good bounce-back game after the disappointing ending to the SEC title game.
It was another day in the office for Gurley as he rushed for 127 yards on 23 carries and one touchdown .
Gurley ran with toughness and aggression. It was a strong end to a fantastic 2012 season.
Marshall did another good job spelling Gurley. In fact Marshall started the game because the Bulldogs wanted to give the Cornhuskers a different look.
The freshman running back ended the afternoon with 38 rushing yards on eight carries and he also had three catches for 39 yards and one touchdown reception.
King will go down as one of the best receivers in UGA history.
He ended his career on a very high note with three receptions for 104 yards and one touchdown.
Conley had to play a bigger role in the offense because Malcolm Mitchell went down with a concussion.
He did not disappoint as he caught two passes for 136 yards and two touchdowns.
Lynch had to step his game up the second half of the season because of the injuries to Marlon Brown and Michael Bennett.
He had another solid outing, catching three passes for 37 yards and one touchdown.
Murray did get sacked couple of times, but the reason the Bulldogs had nearly 600 yards of total offense is because of the offensive line.
The had a rocky start to the season, but because of the consistency in health and the cohesiveness, the offensive line got better each game and it showed it the Capital One Bowl.
One of the reasons the Cornhuskers were able to run wild is the defensive line for Georgia never got a real push on the offensive line.
Geathers never made much of an impact, but at the same time, he did not have John Jenkins to help him out.
Like Geathers, Washington never really made an impact on the defensive line.
It has been an up-and-down year for the senior and he would have loved to play better in his final game of his career.
Garrison Smith was the only defensive lineman that made the stat sheet.
However, he finished the day with only two tackles, which is not the way he wanted to end the 2012 season after playing so well the second half of the year.
Herrera had a solid year, but he did not do a whole lot in the Capital One Bowl.
He tallied three tackles and one tackle for loss.
Ogletree really made a case for being a first-round pick in the 2013 NFL draft.
He led all defenders with 13 tackles, three tackles for loss, one sack and one forced fumble.
Jenkins did not have the game he would have liked, but he showed signs all year that he will be a future star in the SEC.
Jenkins had one tackle and one sack in the win.
It was another day in the office for Jones who probably played his last game as a Bulldogs.
Jones tallied eight tackles, two tackles for loss and two sacks.
He finishes the season with 14.5 sacks which is a school record.
Sanders Commings was all over the field in his final college game.
He recorded eight tackles, one tackle for loss and one quarterback hurry.
Swann got burned on a touchdown pass early in the game, but bounced back in a huge way with two interceptions to go along with his six tackles.
Swann will be one of the leaders on defense next year, and he showed in the Capital One Bowl he is ready to take that next step.
Williams played with a lot of intensity and he will be missed next year.
Williams had 11 tackles, a blocked punt and one quarterback hurry.
He was also in the face of Nebraska quarterback Taylor Martinez all game long, which was entertaining.
Rambo did not make any impact plays, but he also played a near mistake-free game.
In Rambo's final game for UGA, he recorded six tackles.