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Georgia Vs. Ole Miss Score: Isaiah Crowell Leads To First Quarter Points

The Georgia Bulldogs lead the Mississippi Rebels, 3-0, after productive drives by each offense stalled on opposing turf. Blair Walsh: fine at kicking footballs.

A holding penalty on tight end Jamal Mosley nixed a lengthy touchdown sprint by Jeff Scott, but Ole Miss was able to muster a pair of third-down conversions before Cornelius Washington was able to sack Zack Stoudt despite being facemasked, killing the drive.

Speaking of third-down conversions, Isaiah Crowell made a nice four-yarder in Ole Miss territ'ry on Georgia's first chance with the ball, showing decent patience as he followed his escort. Georgia ran the ball well all throughout its drive, with Crowell and Carlton Thomas each breaking a run of 17 or more yards.

Passing the ball hasn't gone quite so well -- Aaron Murray is only one-of-four after one pass was tipped and another was dropped.

For discussion, visit UGA blog Dawg Sports and Ole Miss blog Red Cup Rebellion.

Photographs by coka_koehler used in background montage under Creative Commons. Thank you.