After stuffing Trey Burton on a 4th-and-12 (bwuh?), Georgia moved the ball down the field quite nicely, but Aaron Murray misfired to a fairly open A.J. Green in the end zone, so the Dawgs had to settle for a 28-yard Blair Walsh field goal. The drive had to have been a bit of a confidence-builder for the Dawgs, who ended the second quarter in poor fashion, but they’re still down by two scores and have just over 20 minutes of game time left to continue their comeback.
Florida Gators 21, Georgia Bulldogs 10: Georgia Chips Away, But So Does The Clock
By Doug Gillett