Missouri vs. Georgia final score: Bulldogs stun No. 21 Tigers in overtime, 70-64

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SEC play got under way Wednesday, starting with an upset of one of its three ranked teams.

Charles Mann went off in the final minutes of regulation and finished off Missouri in overtime, leading Georgia to a 70-64 upset victory. The Bulldogs open the SEC season with an upset, knocking off the nation's No. 21 team.

After a back-and-forth affair, Missouri's Jordan Clarkson wiped out a three-point deficit to send the game into overtime tied at 56. In the extra period, Nemanja Djurisic reeled off seven points for Georgia, with Mann chipping in the go-ahead bucket.

Mann finished with 18 points, while Djurisic ended the contest with 16. Jabari Brown had 19 for Missouri, who will likely fall out of the rankings.

The win put the Bulldogs over .500 for the season. Georgia will host Alabama before facing No. 10 Florida. Missouri -- having suffered just their second loss of the season -- has upcoming road games against Vanderbilt and Auburn.

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