Georgia Bulldogs vs. Missouri Tigers Recap
October 17, 2015
Marshall Morgan kicked a game-winning field goal with 1:44 to play, giving Georgia a victory over Missouri in a defensive battle at Sanford Stadium. Neither team scored a touchdown in the game, but Morgan's three field goals made the difference. The Bulldogs' defense held the Tigers to just 164 total yards, 21 rushing yards, and six first downs. Georgia moved the ball a bit better, gaining 298 total yards. The Bulldogs' Sony Michel rushed for 87 yards on 26 carries, while Terry Godwin caught six passes for 78 yards. Georgia improved to 5-2 and is still alive in the SEC East race, while Missouri fell to 4-3.
Tennessee Volunteers vs. Georgia Bulldogs Recap
October 10, 2015
Tennessee reversed the scripts that have plagued them through the early part of the season. Instead of blowing a double digit lead, which they had done in each of their three losses, they came back from a 24-3 hole to beat Georgia. Nick Chubb, Georgia's Heisman candidate running back, went out on the first offensive play for Georgia with a knee injury. He did not return, and he is still being evaluated to determine the severity of his injury. Georgia had a fumble return for a touchdown, and a punt return for a touchdown in the first half to help build the lead. Tennessee scored a late touchdown near the end of the first half, and then forced a Georgia fumble on the ensuing kickoff and scored another touchdown to trim the lead to 24-17 at the half. It was back and forth in the second half, but with Tennessee leading 38-31, Georgia had a chance to tie it on a long pass from quarterback Grayson Lambert to Reggie Davis, but Davis dropped a sure touchdown pass. Joshua Dobbs became the first Tennessee player to ever throw for 300 yards and run for 100 in a game. Tennessee has a bye week next week, and Georgia hosts Missouri between the hedges in Athens.
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Georgia Bulldogs vs. Alabama Crimson Tide Recap
October 3, 2015
The game's first quarter was a bit slow until Griffith scored a field goal for Alabama. Soon in the second quarter, Morgan scored one of his own to tie the game up 3-3. That was about all for Georgia though as the Alabama scored three touchdowns in the 2nd courtesy of Henry, Fitzpatrick and Ridley. Fitzpatrick's touchdown was great as he had blocked a punt to score. The 3rd went kicked off and a pass by Georgia was intercepted by Jackson, leading to another touchdown. Coker ran another touchdown soon after, and Griffith made a successful field goal kick (as he did on every previous TD). Chubb managed to make a 80 plus yard dash to score a TD for Georgia, but it was just too late.