The Georgia Bulldogs offense sputtered at times in the first quarter, moving into Idaho St. Bengals territory with ease before settling for a pair of Blair Walsh field goals. Caleb King finally carried the Dawgs into the end zone with a three-yard score, his third straight carry of the drive.
Georgia leads the time of possession battle — loosest possible definition of the word battle — 14 to three. ISU’s offense has one first down and 16 total yards, with only one successful play, a 17-yard completion from QB Russel Hill to WR Leki Fuapau.
Georgia QB Aaron Murray has completed seven of 13 for 69 yards, and isn’t likely to attempt very more today. Tavarres King and A.J. Green both have a pair of receptions. Caleb King, Washaun Ealey, and Branden Smith have combined for 79 yards.
You’ll excuse me, but we’re not going to spend much more time writing about this game.