Georgia springs first-quarter onside kick on South Carolina
The Georgia Bulldogs are pulling out all the stops against South Carolina this afternoon. After really pushing the tempo in their opening drive that resulted in an Aaron Murray touchdown pass to Arthur Lynch and a 7-3 lead, Mark Richt called for an onside kick.
It was successful.
The Dawgs added a field goal on the ensuing drive to make the score 10-3 after converting on a 4th-and-13 situation. South Carolina is leaving UGA's tight ends wide open and it's costing them greatly.
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