Georgia Defeats South Carolina 41-30 - Recap
Aaron Murray's 309-yard performance through the air was the key in Georgia's 41-30 win over South Carolina on Saturday at Sanford Stadium.
The Bulldogs were a 3.5-point favorite in the win, and managed to turn a profit for their supporters. The combined score went OVER the total, which closed at 55.5.
Todd Gurley rushed for 132 yards, while Keith Marshall added 58 yards in the win. Justin Scott-Wesley and Keith Marshall added 116 and 54 receiving yards respectively.
Mike Davis rushed for 149 yards for South Carolina, while Connor Shaw added 75 yards. Connor Shaw threw for 228 yards for the Gamecocks, while receivers Nick Jones and Mike Davis had 97 and 49 yards respectively.
Georgia outgained South Carolina 536-454 yards in the game, while the battle of first downs was won 25-21 by the Bulldogs.
The time of possession battle favored Georgia as their offense was on the field for 35:02, longer than the 24:58 of their opponents.
Next game, Georgia takes its act home to face North Texas looking for another win. For South Carolina, they head home to face Vanderbilt.