Georgia entered Saturday needing wins over Georgia Tech and (likely) Alabama in order to all but assure itself of a chance at a national championship. The first part of that very much appears to be in the bag, with the Dawgs taking a 28-3 lead into the locker room.
The Jackets have been able to move the ball, putting up 171 in the ground, but a turnover on the goal line after a lengthy Tech drive (which led to Georgia's second touchdown) might end up being the play that decided the game. Two drives have ended with field goals, one of them missing badly, and that was that.
Todd Gurley has 88 yards on the ground for Georgia, and Aaron Murray's thrown for 126 on only nine attempts.
At this point, the Iron Bowl might somehow have more drama in it than this one.
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