Georgia quarterback Jake Fromm threw two touchdown passes and the Bulldog defense delivered a dominant second-half performance in defeating Tennessee 43-14 last night.
Tennessee freshman quarterback Brian Maurer made his first start and sparked an offense that had stumbled and staggered through the first month of the season. After gaining just 239 yards in a 34-3 loss to No. 10 Florida two weeks ago, Tennessee matched that total by halftime yesterday against the Bulldogs.
Georgia capped the onslaught when Tae Crowder scored on a 60-yard fumble return with 4:39 left after Eric Stokes sacked Brian Maurer to knock the ball loose.
Tennessee hosts Mississippi State this Saturday.