COLUMBIA , MO - SEPTEMBER 8: Jarvis Jones #29 of the Georgia Bulldogs returns an interception past quarterback James Franklin #1 of the Missouri Tigers in the fourth quarter at Memorial Stadium on September 8, 2012 in Columbia, Missouri. Georgia won 41-20. (Photo by Ed Zurga/Getty Images)
The Georgia Bulldogs beat the Missouri Tigers thanks to solid quarterback play by Aaron Murray and two big turnovers forced by Jarvis Jones.
The Georgia Bulldogs and the Missouri Tigers seemed to battle each other for the most part through the air. Aaron Murray threw three touchdowns and completed around 63% of his passes to get Georgia's attack going. James Franklin completed 61% of his throws and threw two scores of his own. Both quarterbacks kept their offenses going for most of the first three quarters, with Murray finally putting his Bulldogs ahead before the end of the third.
In the fourth quarter, Georgia turned to their defensive star to close up shop for the Bulldogs victory. It would also be the Bulldogs defense who came up with the most notable highlight of the game. It figured that after all those offensive fireworks, the play that stands out most comes on a blindside sack by Jarvis Jones. Jones already had an interception earlier in to set up one Georgia touchdown. This play helped cap off the night as Georgia would punch in another decisive score.
With Murray and Jones, Georgia is poised to do good things in 2012.