Georgia vs. Ole Miss 2012 video highlights: Aaron Murray paces Bulldogs to critical win

Scott Cunningham

The Georgia Bulldogs overcame an early deficit to the Ole Miss Rebels with a four touchdown performance by Aaron Murray.

The Mississippi Rebels looked like they were going to spring an upset bid early on the Georgia Bulldogs, taking a 10-0 first half lead. Georgia was uninterested in any such shenanigans, scoring 37 unanswered to take care of business in Athens. Here are the video highlights of the win.

Ole Miss had early success, moving the football down the field and getting pressure on Aaron Murray. An early field goal by Bryson Rose and a touchdown connection between Bo Wallace and Jamal Mosley gave the Rebels the early 10-point advantage.

But Aaron Murray got rolling from there. The Georgia quarterback found Marlon Brown for a 66 yard touchdown, Tavarres King for a 40 yard touchdown, and Malcolm Mitchell for a 42 yard touchdown to put Georgia up 21-10 early in the third quarter. Murray would throw his fourth touchdown to Rantavious Wooten early in the fourth quarter to cap off the scoring.

Alexander Ogletree added an eight yard scamper, and the Georgia defense would contribute a safety.

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