After watching Ole Miss jump out to a 10-0 lead, Aaron Murray willed the Bulldogs back into the game as Georgia now leads 14-10 with the teams in their locker rooms.
The first quarter was relatively unexciting with both teams exchanging some sacks. Ole Miss was able to strike first though, moving 58 yards on their opening drive to set up a 34-yard field goal from Bryson Rose.
The Bulldogs opened the second quarter with Marshall Morgan hooking a 47-yard field goal to kill a promising drive. And after being handed a short field, the Rebels made Georgia pay. Bo Wallace continued to look as poised as ever, completing all five of his pass attempts on the drive to five different receivers including a 13-yard touchdown to TE Jamal Mosley.
Georgia finally found pay dirt on their next drive, as WR Marlon Brown streaked for an easy 66-yard score off Murray's beautifully executed play-action fake.
But after that touchdown stroll, things would get a little bit crazy. Starting with a fumble from RB Keith Marshall, these teams would trade four turnovers in less than 60 seconds on five consecutive plays (three fumbles, one interception from Wallace).
Following all the commotion, Murray and the Bulldogs started working some two minute drill magic, moving the ball to Ole Miss' 25 yard line. But back-to-back sacks from the Rebels defense demoralized Georgia and handed them a third-and-25. Instead of just packing it in though, Murray kept the next play alive with his feet and found Tavarres King for a gorgeous 40-yard touchdown strike.
The Bulldogs will get a chance to continue their late momentum when they get the ball back to start the second half.