A 62-yard touchdown run from Keith Marshall was the highlight of the third quarter between Georgia and Auburn, as the Bulldogs continue to lay a beating on the Tigers. With nearly 500 yards of total offense on the evening, Georgia has had no trouble moving the ball against an exhausted Auburn defense.
With possession to start the quarter, Georgia methodically moved down the field, getting to the Auburn 3-yard-line in just four minutes. But the Bulldogs' offense stalled out on two rushes that gained nothing and an Aaron Murray incomplete pass, and Georgia had to settle for a field goal.
On the next possession, the Bulldogs decided not to waste any time, as Marshall sprung free for a 62-yard score to push the lead to 38-0. Marshall has 105 yards on the night, as both he and Todd Gurley have broken the century mark for Georgia.
Auburn had a chance late to break the shutout, driving to Georgia's 24-yard-line. But a 17-yard pass from Jonathan Wallace to Emory Blake resulted in a fumble, which the Bulldogs scooped up.