Inside the Non-TD That Saved Georgia's Season

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The Georgia vs. Tennessee game was an overtime thriller, ending with Dawgs kicker Marshall Morgan kicking the game-winning field goal. A fumble on the goal line by Tennessee wide receiver Alton Howard helped the Bulldogs come away with the win and move to 3-0 in the SEC.

CFB analyst Barrett Sallee breaks down how that fumble saved Georgia's season.

What does the Bulldogs' win mean for their national championship hopes?

Watch Sallee as he discusses the fumble that ultimately kept Georgia's season alive.

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