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Arkansas Razorbacks vs. Georgia Bulldogs Recap

In college football action the unranked Arkansas Razorbacks hosted the tenth ranked Georgia Bulldogs. In passing yards the Razorbacks won the battle. They ended up with a total of 296 passing yards. This is compared to 179 total passing yards for the Bulldogs. However, rushing yards is a different story. Georgia ended up rushing for a total of 207 yards. Arkansas only ended up with 126 yards total on the ground. However, the Razorbacks had four turnovers in this game. They committed two fumbles, and they also threw for two interceptions. This was a huge blow for the Razorbacks in this game.

Missouri Tigers vs. Georgia Bulldogs Recap

The Georgia Bulldogs continued their dominance of the southern conference with a rout over the visiting Missouri Tigers. Bulldogs star wide receiver Micheal Jones caught 8 passes for 173 yards including an acrobatic leap for a touchdown late in the second quarter. Jones is regarded by many to be the number wide receiver going into the draft next year. Quarterback Jay Smith put on a clinic, passing for over 400 yards and three passing touchdowns. Even the Bulldogs defense got into the mix as Georgia defense scored 4 turnovers against the hapless Missouri Tigers. Cornerback Janoris Matthews picked off two interceptions and returned one touchdown in the fourth quarter to seal off a convincing win for the Bulldogs over the Tigers.

Georgia Bulldogs vs. Vanderbilt Commodores Recap

On Saturday the 3-1 Georgia Bull Dogs hosted a 1-4 Vanderbilt squad. UGA dominated the first quarter ending the period with a 21-0 advantage thanks to two Todd Gurley touchdown runs of 5 and 14 yards, and a 44 yard TD reception by Cris Conley from Hutson Mason. Gurley ran for 163 yards on 25 carries for 6.5 yards per attempt. Conley only had two receptions on the day but both were for scores, the other being a 5 yarder. Both teams only had 1 turnover and had pretty even statistics overall outside of Georgia gaining 100 more yards on the grown than Vanderbilt.
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