The Georgia Bulldogs and Tennessee Volunteers are playing a festive game at Neyland Stadium. Ordinarily a 6-6 game (UGA leads) would be cause to divert your eyeballs, but this one has been intense and watchable. Not, you know, beautiful or anything, though.
Tennessee needed a productive drive at the end of the half to try and even up the score. Third-and-Willie, anybody? Marlin Lane converted a third-and-eleventy after a holding penalty to enter field goal territory. A Vols huddle penalty followed, and it looked like Derek Dooley had a chance to call time out with about 11 seconds left, setting up one Tyler Bray shot into the end zone, but he opted to play it safe.
Bray is 10-of-19 for 159 yards, and Aaron Murray has 95 yards on eight-of-16. Mychal Rivera's 66 yards receiving leads the Vols, while Georgia has four rushers with 14 or more years.