COLUMBIA, S.C. -- Georgia did exactly what it needed to do coming out of halftime.
The Bulldogs put together a long drive, kept the ball for 12 plays and mixed the run with the pass. The only problem was they didn't get the ball into the end zone.
Aaron Murray converted one key third-and-long, but tried to run for it on the next third-and-long and came up a couple of yards short, giving way to Blair Walsh to come on and kick his second field goal.
Still, it was a good sign for the Bulldogs, being able to keep the ball for half the third quarter.
It's what the Gamecocks did to them in the first half.
Moreover, Murray appears to be getting increasingly more comfortable.