It was a no-good, very bad day for South Carolina, as Georgia hung half a hundred on the Gamecocks in a 52-20 victory Saturday. The Georgia offense could do whatever it wanted, as evidenced by the fact that quarterback Greyson Lambert set a new NCAA record for completion percentage in a game:
That's slightly better than the former record holders — West Virginia's Geno Smith and Tennessee's Tee Martin — who had games with 95.83 percent completion rates.
The best part about all of this? Lambert just got to Georgia. He transferred to become the Bulldogs' quarterback this June after losing the job at Virginia. So after losing the job at Virginia he is the new NCAA completion percentage record holder at Georgia. What a world we live in.