2012 Outback Bowl Score: Michigan State TD Drive Gives Sparty 20-19 Lead

Kirk Cousins threw a huge interception that could've given Georgia back the momentum Michigan State's offense had wrestled back in the third quarter, but the Bulldogs only managed a field goal after this return by Shawn Williams, and Sparty would drive back down the field for a touchdown:

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After the Bulldogs extended their lead 19-14 and answered two MSU third quarter touchdowns, Cousins orchestrated a four play, 49-yard drive anchored by a trick screen to senior tight end Brian Linthicum for 50 yards. Two plays later Cousins hit senior wide receiver Keith Nichol on a seven yard touchdown pass.

Chronology mars this splendid dance from UGA defensive coordinator Todd Grantham, but the notoriously grumpy Grantham got some modicum of air celebrating Wililams' interception. No word if this is considered simple assault based on Grantham's previous record:

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For more on the Georgia Bulldogs, be sure to visit Dawg Sports and SB Nation Atlanta. For Michigan State info, check out The Only Colors.

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