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Throwing for 30 yards is not exactly productive, but he only threw it 13 times as opposed to the 51 times that Georgia attempted to thread it.
The time of possession was technically dominated by the Bulldogs (37-23) since LSU ran 37 fewer plays than Georgia.
However, the three turnovers for Georgia cost them dearly which resulted in 21 points. The best defensive back in the nation (Morris Claiborne) brought one back to the house to put an exclamation on the blowout victory.
Georgia proved they will be a force to be reckoned with in the near future, and UGA still may very well be a top-10 or top-15 team, but we will never for sure because Les Miles and crew are miles ahead of everybody in the country.
Well, maybe every team except for that one from Tuscaloosa, but we will find out for sure in Louisiana on Jan. 9th in what could be the most-hyped BCS national championship. Only 36 days and counting!