After a terribly ugly first quarter for the Georgia Bulldogs against Murray State, it looks like Kirby Smart finally woke his Dawgs in the second.
Georgia entered the second quarter tired at 7, but after Brian Herrien punched it in from a yard, the Bulldogs retook the lead, 14-7.
Then, on Murray State’s next drive, they dumped it off to a receiver, linebacker Tae Crowder read it the whole way and wrapped the player up. Eventually Mark Webb came in and delivered the boom, forcing the ball free and J.R. reed scooped it up and scored.
Georgia takes a 21-7 lead off this play.