Georgia Vs. Tennessee Score: Aggressive Dawgs Up By Three

The Georgia Bulldogs came to win in Knoxville. People say that, and some people think it means "are going to win." It doesn't, but fortune favors the bold. That's another thing people say.

Mark Richt has twice called for successful fourth-down conversions in Tennessee Volunteers territory, with Isaiah Crowell taking a pitch for one and Aaron Murray dipping through for another. Crowell left the field with a wrist injury after the first, and might not play for Georgia until the second half. It did, however, lead to a field goal. The latter produced a fine punt.

The score is 3-0.

The Dawgs looked to have secured a fumble in the middle of the period, and even wrapped up a Tennessee player's entire leg, but an official's review left the ball in UT possession.

For more, join UGA blog Dawg Sports and Tennessee blog Rocky Top Talk. Here’s this week’s college football TV schedule, and stay tuned to SB Nation’s college football news hub for more.

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