Georgia Vs. Tennessee Score: Fourth Quarter Begins With Dawgs Up Big

The Georgia Bulldogs offense found itself in the second half against the Tennessee Volunteers after failing to do anything but kick a bunch of field goals in the first. The Dawgs have the ball and a 20-6 lead as the third quarter ends, and they're a-drivin' again.

Isaiah Crowell produced two touchdowns in the third, part of a 52-yard evening that leads Georgia's 130-yard ground game. Aaron Murray has straightened up after a sluggish beginning, and has now thrown for 206 yards on 22 attempts.

Malcolm Mitchell had to leave the game due to a pulled hamstring, but he shouldn't need to miss games.

Tennessee is built to score in bursts, so this one's not in hand yet. The Vols have absolutely no running attack -- 10 yards on 18 tries -- but Tyler Bray has had time tonight. If a few near-misses had found their targets, the score could be closer right now. But it's not, so.

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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