Georgia vs. Tennessee: Live Score and Highlights
Georgia 34, Tennessee 31—Final/Overtime
The Georgia Bulldogs defeated the Tennessee Vols 34-31 in overtime.
Aaron Murray threw for three scores, including the game-tying touchdown with five seconds left in regulation. Marshall Morgan kicked a 42-yard field goal in overtime to give the Bulldogs the win.
The Bulldogs improve to 4-1 and 3-0 in SEC play. The Vols drop to 3-3, 0-2 in the conference.
Here's 10 things we learned in the Bulldogs win vs. the Vols.
Thanks a lot, guys, for joining me on this blog. It was a lot of fun, and I can't wait to do it again next week. Check back here in an hour for the 10 things we learned from Georgia's win over the Vols.
Hats off goes to Tennessee for playing a well-executed game. They just could not make that one last play to win the game. They will be a team to watch next year. Count on it.
The player of the game has to go to freshman running back J.J. Green, who stepped up to the plate when Keith Marshall went down with a knee injury. He rushed for 129 yards on 17 carries to help the Bulldogs come away with the win.
Aaron Murray only had 196 yards passing, but he did throw for three scores, including the game-tying TD with five seconds left in the game. Could that be his Heisman moment?
The Bulldogs had their best win of the year tonight. LSU and South Carolina were big and important wins, but with the injuries they went though and the fact that Tennessee was fired up due to the new jerseys they were wearing, the Bulldogs found a way to win, which is all that matters in the SEC.
Here's a look at the fumble that changed the game.
Here's the box score of the game, via NCAA.com.
Georgia 34, Tennessee 31
That's a wrap, folks. Morgan nails a field goal to give the Bulldogs the win. It was a great game, and both teams left everything out on the field.
All the Bulldogs need is a field goal to win the game. But Morgan missed his last field goal earlier in the game. Can he redeem himself?
This is real interesting.
Lane is clearly losing control of the ball. The question is whether officials rule the ball is already across.— Seth Emerson (@SethEmerson) October 5, 2013
This has killed the Bulldogs all game long.
Georgia starts on defense, and Tennessee converts on another third down, now at the 10.— Seth Emerson (@SethEmerson) October 5, 2013
Georgia won the toss and will start on defense. Tennessee has to score seven to put pressure on Murray and the Bulldogs offense.
Georgia 31, Tennessee 31
Murray throws a touchdown pass to Wooten to tie the game with five seconds left. It looks like we're going to overtime.
Killer penalty there.
Personal foul on UT helps Georgia. Now it's at the 5 with 21 seconds left. Four shots at the end zone.— Seth Emerson (@SethEmerson) October 5, 2013
The Bulldogs have been able to drive the ball to the red zone and have a chance to tie the game with 27 seconds left in the game. Can they pull it off?
Here's more on the latest UT scoring drive.
Two 4th-down conversions contribute to TN go-ahead score.7-yd run Neal. 13 plays, 80 yards, 6:42 on scoring drive. 31-14 UT, 1:54, 4Q— AJC UGA (@ajcuga) October 5, 2013
Tennessee 31, Georgia 24
Rajion Neal scores to give the Vols the lead for the first time. Bulldogs now have chance to tie the game with one timeout and 1:35 left in the game.
Tennessee converts another 4th-and-1 and now is inside the red zone with less than three minutes left in the game. The Georgia defense is showing its youth and inexperience on the drive.
The Vols are driving and are positioned to take the lead. They have converted a 4th-and-1 as well as a 3rd-and-10 on the series.
Another fourth-down play.
Georgia gets a timeout just before Tennessee snaps the ball on fourth-and-inches from its own 29.— ESPN_SEC (@ESPN_SEC) October 5, 2013
And this is why the Bulldogs are tied.
Murray looks to McGowan (of all receivers) again on 3rd down. Once gain, incomplete. 1 of 9 on 3rd down offensively.— Alec Shirkey (@AShirkey) October 5, 2013
Georgia's drive stalls at midfield, and the Bulldogs have to punt. The UGA defense has to come up with a big stop (specifically a turnover) to get back in this game.
Bulldogs are starting to drive downfield. J.J. Green is working the edges and getting a ton of yards because of it.
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