Coming off of a clutch Week 5 win over LSU, Georgia couldn't possibly be upended by Tennessee, could it?
Well, it almost was, which provided us one of the most thrilling and unexpected games of the season.
Georgia built a solid 17-3 lead on the home-standing Vols, but it wasn't without attrition. Running back Keith Marshall tore his ACL in the first quarter, wide receiver Justin Scott-Wesley tore his in the third quarter, and wide receiver Michael Bennett also went out with a knee injury in the third frame.
Tennessee battled, as quarterback Justin Worley hit Marquez North tiptoeing on the sideline to cut the lead to seven in the third and then returned a blocked punt for a touchdown late in the third to tie the game.
The two teams traded touchdowns in the fourth, before Tennessee embarked on a 13-play, 80-yard drive that chewed up 6:42 of the clock. The drive culminated with a seven-yard Rajion Neal touchdown to give the Vols a 31-24 lead.
Too much time.
With three expected offensive weapons out with injury (and four if you count running back Todd Gurley, who missed the game entirely), Georgia quarterback Aaron Murray led his team 75 yards on 10 plays and hit fifth-year senior Rantavious Wooten for a two-yard touchdown with five ticks on the clock to send the game to overtime.
In Tennessee's first possession, Alton "Pig" Howard dove for the pylon on an end-around, but the ball slipped out of his hands on the half-yard line and trickled out of the end zone for a touchback. Marshall Morgan drilled a 42-yard field goal in the bottom half of the first overtime to give the Bulldogs the 34-31 win.