FBS Extras
FBS Polls
More FBS
FBS Odds
FBS Gaming
More Football
NCAA Game Summary - Georgia Tech at Georgia



(Saturday, November 27th)

Final Score: Georgia 42, Georgia Tech 34

Athens, GA (Sports Network) - Aaron Murray threw for 271 yards and three touchdowns to help lead the Georgia Bulldogs to a thrilling 42-34 win over the Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets in non-conference action at Sanford Stadium.

Murray converted 15-of-19 passes for the Bulldogs (6-6) as they won for the second time in the last three outings. Washaun Ealey accounted for 118 yards and two touchdowns on the ground as well.

The Yellow Jackets (6-6) were paced by a running attack that generated 411 yards and five touchdowns in the team's fourth loss in the last five tries. Anthony Allen gained a game-high 166 yards and scored once on 29 carries, while quarterback Tevin Washington converted 8-of-15 passes for 101 yards and also hit the end zone twice on the ground, carrying the ball 23 times for another 73 yards in the setback.

Georgia moved out to a 14-0 lead in the first quarter, thanks to passing scores of 66 and 32 yards from Murray to Kris Durham and Orson Charles, respectively.

Tech responded with a couple of TDs of its own, the first coming on a one-yard run by Washington and the other a 12-yard run by Roddy Jones.

Before the half could end the Bulldogs quickly put together a 67-yard drive that used just 1:08 on the clock and ended with a three-yard TD pass from Murray to Bruce Figgins to give the home team a 21-14 lead at the break.

In the third quarter the Yellow Jackets evened the score once again, this time using a 19-yard touchdown run by Embry Peeples.

In the final minute of the frame the Bulldogs hit the end zone two more times, first on a one-yard run by Ealey and then an 18-yard fumble return by Justin Houston, giving Georgia a huge 35-21 advantage heading into the final period.

Refusing to go away quietly, Washington crossed the goal line from a yard out for the Yellow Jackets and then Allen scored on an eight-yard run, but a failed PAT following the second TD left Georgia Tech with the one-point deficit at 35-34.

The Bulldogs put the game away with 1:29 left on the clock when Ealey scored his second TD of the night, this time on a 20-yard scamper.

Georgia Tech controlled the ball for more than 38 minutes and generated 512 yards of total offense in the setback.

11/28 01:35:29 ET


FBS Football News
· Dorm Report: The power to surprise

· Roll with Boise State as Mountain West favorite

· On Campus: Risk versus reward in Norman

More News