Georgia Vs. Michigan State Scoring Update: Sparty And Dawgs Trade Field Goals, Tied 30-30

Blair Walsh atoned for his 42-yard miss in the first overtime period by hitting a 47 yarder, to which Michigan State's Dan Conroy would answer from 35 yards out as the 2012 Outback Bowl is tied 30-30 headed into a third overtime.

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Neither team managed to drive the ball, as Georgia's Aaron Murray threw two incompletions, ran for no gain and Georgia took a five-yard penalty. MSU's Kirk Cousins hit Keshawn Martin for seven yards, but the Sparty offense couldn't managed a first down before Conroy's kick.

The teams will now move to triple overtime, where by rule teams must attempt a two-point conversion following a touchdown score - if either can find the end zone.

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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