Georgia vs. Clemson: Live Scores, Analysis and Results
Clemson 38, Georgia 35 - Final
The Clemson Tigers defeat the Georgia Bulldogs in the season opener.
Tajh Boyd threw for 270 yards and three touchdowns while Roderick McDowell rushed for 132 yards.
For the Bulldogs, Todd Gurley rushed for 154 yards and two touchdowns while Aaron Murray threw for 323 yards and one interception.
It was a well-played game by both teams and both should do some big things this season.
The Tigers will take on South Carolina State next week while the Bulldogs will be back at home to take on South Carolina.
Here's 10 things we learned from the Bulldogs loss vs. Clemson.
Here's the final boxscore of the game via ESPN.
Clemson 38, Georgia 35—Final Score
That's it, folks. The Tigers come away with a huge win against Georgia. Great game and both teams are on their way to do big things this season. Thanks a lot for following along and have a great weekend.
Clemson recovers the onside kick and they will now run out the clock.
Clemson 38, Georgia 35
Aaron Murray scores on the keeper. Now the Bulldogs have to recover an onside kick in order to get the ball back and try to tie and possibly win the game.
Bulldogs have possession with 2:25 left, down by 10 and no timeouts. Comeback, anyone?
It's looks like Clemson will get the win over Georgia. The last time the Tigers defeated the Bulldogs was in 1990.
Clemson won battle on line of scrimmage. Must admit, surprised by that. Miracle finish?— buck belue (@buckbelue8) September 1, 2013
The offensive line and defensive line for Clemson did a great job tonight.
If the Bulldogs lose this game, it will be because of penalties and special teams issues—two things that have plagued this team for the last few years.
Gurley is seriously amazing. Reminds me of a young Steven Jackson.— Scott Carasik (@ScottCarasik) September 1, 2013
Very good call.
Clemson 38, Georgia 28
Tajh Boyd throws his third touchdown pass to give the Tigers the 10-point lead. That botched snap by the Georgia field-goal team hurts a little more with that Clemson score.
Somebody on that D needs to be a Hero!— Samuel L. Jackson (@SamuelLJackson) September 1, 2013
Ladies and gentleman, Samuel L. Jackson is a Bulldogs fan.
Ramik Wilson is doing work at linebacker for the Bulldogs. He's all over the field.
Connor Norman with a hustle play to break up the big pass play. The Bulldogs may not have the personnel they would like to have in the secondary, but they are playing their tails off.
Once again, just being honest. Horrific call on the "chop block"— Drew Collins (@CollinsDrew) September 1, 2013
It was questionable.
Bulldogs drive stalls at midfield. The chop block penalty really killed that drive.
Another chop block call? The Bulldogs have to get the penalty situation under control if they want to achieve their goals this season.
The Bulldogs had a chance to tie the game but Nathan Theus botches the snap for the FG. Tough break for the Bulldogs because that was a great offensive drive.
Todd Gurley: 8 rushes, 122 yards, averaging a mere 15.5 yards per carry.— Seth Emerson (@SethEmerson) September 1, 2013
Not bad for a season opener.
For those who think Aaron Murray is having trouble with the play clock, it's really the players having trouble with the audibles.
Clemson 31, Georgia 28
Clemson kicker Chandler Catanzaro kicks a FG to give the Tigers the lead. That was a win for the Georgia defense because the Tigers should have gotten seven on that drive, especially with the way Tajh Boyd was picking apart the secondary.
Looks like Leonard Floyd voicing some frustration to teammates after another Clemson completion.— Marc Weiszer (@marcweiszer) September 1, 2013
The Bulldogs have to keep their cool. They knew the Clemson offense would make plays. The Bulldogs just need to bend and not break.
Here's a look at Gurley's second TD run.
Georgia 28, Clemson 28
Todd Gurley with a 12-yard TD run to tie the game back up again. Just when you think the Tigers can pull away, the Bulldogs fight back. This is turning out to be a great contest between two great teams.
UGA with the fake punt run. Gutsy call by Richt because the Bulldogs were deep in their territory.
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