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Georgia Bulldogs vs. Tennessee Volunteers Recap

The Georgia Bulldogs hosted the Tennessee Volunteers on Saturday in what was a very close and highly contested game. The teams went into halftime with Georgia holding a 21-17 lead, and there was no scoring in the third quarter. The offenses got going again in the fourth quarter however. QB Justin Worley for Tennessee completed 23 of 35 passes for 264 yards and 3 touchdowns with no interceptions. 9 different players caught a pass from Worley who spread the ball around well. For UGA Todd Gurley had another great game running for 208 yards on 28 carries and 2 touchdowns. Overall the stats were very similar with both teams having just over 400 yards of total offense, both turning it over twice, and the time of possession almost even, which is why the score was so close.

Georgia Bulldogs vs. Troy Trojans Recap

Following a brutal loss to South Carolina that would have them dropping down in the rankings, Georgia had nice offensive bounce back against Troy at home. The Georgia offense put up 547 total yards, including 367 yards on the ground. Freshman Sony Michel stole the show from Heisman hopeful Todd Gurley, racking up 155 yards and 3 touchdowns on just 10 carries. Gurley, in very limited action, was still a handful, gaining 73 yards on 6 carries.
The Bulldog defense was clearly fired up after a lackluster previous week. New Defensive Coordinator Jeremy Pruitt saw his squad hold Troy scoreless and to just 216 total yards on the day. Troy could only managed 5 3rd down conversions on the day, and were forced into two turnovers.

South Carolina Gamecocks vs. Georgia Bulldogs Recap

The South Carolina Bulldogs defended their home turf this weekend on a rainy day against their fierce rival the Georgia Bulldogs in what turned out to be a close and competitive game.

South Carolina entered the game ranked #24 and should have been an underdog against #6 Georgia. But South Carolina struck first, scoring an early TD to go up 7-0 less than five minutes into the game after Shaq Roland caught a 10 yard pass from Dylan Thompson. Georgia responded less than a minute later with a 33 yard touchdown toss from Hutson Mason to Sony Michel even things up at 7-7.

The game turned into a back and forth contest after that with both teams seeming to go into a tit for tat scoring mode. However, South Carolina prevailed when they were faced with a 1st-and-goal late in th fourth quarter, and kept Georgia out of the endzone to hang onto a close victory.
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