2012 Outback Bowl Final Score: Michigan State Blocks Field Goal In Triple Overtime To Win 33-30

Michigan State came back from a 16-0 halftime deficit to win the program's first bowl game under Mark D'Antonio, 33-30 over Georgia in triple overtime at the 2012 Outback Bowl.

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Sparty's Dan Conroy hit a 28-yard field goal in triple overtime to give MSU the win, then Georgia's Blair Walsh missed his second field goal of overtime when his 47-yard attempt was blocked:

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Sparty nearly had six points in the first possession of the third frame, when Cousins' pass was mishandled by a wide-open Keshawn Martin on 3rd and 2 that would've given MSU the first down and possibly a touchdown.

Cousins finished with 300 yards on 27 of 50 passing for one touchdown and three interceptions in a game that featured seven consecutive Sparty drives of three-and-out before both teams caught fire on offense late.

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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