Georgia takes a 31-16 lead into the fourth quarter of its 2012 season opener. The Bulldogs defense picked up its play after a somewhat loose second quarter and held the Bulls at bay.
Aaron Murray picked up the only score of the quarter on Georgia's first drive of the second half. Murray connected with Rantavious Wooten for a 38-yard touchdown reception to finish off a six play, 82 yard drive.
Murray now has completed 13 of 23 passes for 243 yards and two touchdowns. Tavarres King has six receptions for 117 yards and a score. Freshman Todd Gurley leads the way on the ground with six carries for 40 yards. Keith Marshall has seven carries for 31 yards.
Running back Ken Malcome left the game in the third quarter with a hand injury and will not return.
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