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.