Missouri vs. Georgia: Live Score and Highlights
Missouri 41, Georgia 26—FINAL
The Missouri Tigers (6-0) defeated the Georgia Bulldogs (4-2) 41-26 at Sanford Stadium.
The Tigers forced four turnovers and were up 28-10 going into the half.
L'Damian Washington was huge for the Tigers, as he racked up 114 receiving yards and two touchdowns.
As for the Bulldogs, Aaron Murray threw for 290 yards and three touchdowns, but he also threw two interceptions and lost one fumble in the loss.
This is the first road win for the Tigers against a Top 10 team since 1981. This is also the first home loss for the Bulldogs since September 2011.
Here are 10 things we learned from the Bulldogs' loss to Missouri.
Guys, I can't thank you enough for following along on this blog. Make sure to come back here within the next hour to read my 10 things we learned from the Bulldogs loss against the Tigers.
As for Georgia, their goals are still in front of them. They will not play for the BCS title, but they can still win the SEC. That said, they have no room for error, and they need to get some of the injured players back in the lineup as soon as possible.
Hats off to Missouri for playing an outstanding game. After getting a convincing win against Vanderbilt, they came to Athens and took care of business. They became the team to watch in the SEC with this win today.
Here's the final box score, courtesy of NCAA.com.
Missouri 41, Georgia 26: FINAL
It's official. The Tigers come up with a huge win at Sanford Stadium. With the win, the Tigers prove they are the real deal in the SEC. As for the Bulldogs, they have to regroup and get ready for Vanderbilt next week.
Murray throws another interception to end the game. Missouri will beat a Top 10 team on the road for the first time since 1981.
Here's a look at the Murray interception.
Missouri 41, Georgia 26
Henry Josey scores from seven yards out to ice the game for the Tigers. Credit goes to the Tigers defense for getting the turnover and putting the offense in position to score.
Aaron Murray throws an interception, and the Tigers have the ball in Bulldogs territory with less than four minuets left in the game. It looks like the Tigers will come away with the hard-fought win.
Georgia defense gets a stop near midfield. Now the offense has to score a touchdown and a two-point conversion with 4:25 left in the ballgame.
The Tigers have the ball on Georgia's side of the field because of a costly personal-foul penalty by Amarlo Herrera. That will come back to haunt the Bulldogs if the Tigers score on this drive.
Those timeouts could come back to bite them.
Georgia just had to burn a timeout before a punt. The crowd boos/groans, and appropriately so.— Seth Emerson (@SethEmerson) October 12, 2013
Here's a look at the Bud Sasser touchdown pass.
Missouri 34, Georgia 26
Bud Sasser throws a 40-yard touchdown pass to L'Damian Washington to increase the Tigers' lead to eight (missed extra point). Gutsy call by the Tigers, as they used trickery to get the score.
Now it's the Bulldogs' turn to respond.
Here is your new Tigers quarterback.
Your new Missouri quarterback is Maty Mauk. James Franklin going to the locker room.— David Morrison (@DavidCMorrison) October 12, 2013
James Franklin is going to the locker room. Bad news for the Tigers.
James Franklin took himself out of the game. It looks like he injured himself after running for a three-yard gain. I'll keep you guys posted as soon as I get the information.
Here's a look at Murray's touchdown pass to Conley.
Missouri 28, Georgia 26
Aaron Murray throws a touchdown pass to Chris Conley to cut the Tigers' lead to two. The Bulldogs have shown a lot of guts this half, and they now have a shot of winning this as long as the defense can continue to play at a high level.
Brendan Douglas is carving up the Tigers defense. He is running hard, and no defender wants to bring him down.
The Bulldogs are on pace to get 500 yards.
Georgia outgaining Missouri 377-260 after three quarters.— Marc Weiszer (@marcweiszer) October 12, 2013
Georgia defense gets another stop. The Bulldogs are playing lights out right now. Missouri needs to make a play quickly, because this game is slipping away from them.
Here's a look at the Murray touchdown pass to Wooten.
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