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Georgia Cuts Boise State's Second Half Lead With Fourth-down Conversion

Just when all seemed really, really lost -- as in, the Georgia Bulldogs were about to punt down three touchdowns against one of the best quarterbacks in the nation -- an offsides penalty gave the Dawgs just enough courage for Aaron Murray to go for it all. The sophomore rainbowed a beaut to former high school teammate Orson Charles, and we have a game again, 28-14 Broncos.

Two touchdowns is still a hell of a deficit to cover in 15 minutes, considering how superior Boise State has looked all night, but ... well, I don't know, another Kellen Moore interception could happen? Doubt it. Georgia's best shot at another score would be to hope the Broncos keep playing it conservative, giving the Dawgs the chance to bottle up Doug Martin.

Really think that as long as Boise State keeps passing, this game is over. Moore just completed a long first down conversion, putting the blue and urnj near mid field at the end of the third quarter.

For more, head to Boise State blog One Bronco Nation Under God and Georgia blog Dawg Sports.

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