LSU Vs Georgia final score
Georgia was determined to accomplish what it didn’t achieve last year in the national championship and win the SEC championship.
The Bulldogs did not just win. However, they also won convincingly in a match that appeared to be more of a disaster should the coach Kirby Smart keep his foot on the pedal.
A blocked field goal redirected for a touchdown later in the first quarter set the tone for the. The No. 1. Bulldogs (13-0) scored 35 points before halftime and never relinquished their lead with a win of 50-30 against No. 14 LSU in Atlanta.
Georgia player Stetson Bennett was superb with his passing, completing four touchdown passes during the first half before it was the running game that took the lead in the second half.
The LSU offense performed like Brian Kelly could have hoped against Georgia’s tough defense. The Tigers ran lengthy drives in the opening period. They ran the ball through the second half, even after a hobbled Jayden Daniels replaced Garrett Nussmeier as the quarterback.
The problem was finishing drives. The blocked field goal kicked resulted in a Tigers advantage into an early 7-0 deficit. The third-quarter drive that would be a factor in leaving LSU in an 11-point deficit ended in a questionable call decision, which led to the turnover during downs.
LSU can hold it’s head high thanks to 9-4 records in Kelly’s first year, and the way Nussmeier plays can give hope to the future of Baton Rouge.
For Georgia, The journey for Georgia is only just beginning. Georgia’s Bulldogs have No. One player of the College Football Playoff will compete at the Peach Bowl in Atlanta on New Year’s Eve. Georgia hopes to be one of the teams in the past decade to win two consecutive national championships.
They hope to be the only team to win this season without losing.
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LSU Vs. Georgia score
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