KNOXVILLE, Tenn. -- Say this for Georgia: The Bulldogs aren't going the conservative route.
They lead Tennessee 3-0 early in the second quarter and have gone for it on fourth-and-short three times and converted all three. Two of those conversions came on Georgia's side of the 50.
The Vols have been able to get decent pressure on Aaron Murray, but Murray has been able to pick up yards a couple of different times on quarterback draws or by scrambling.
Tennessee's defensive backs have also done a nice job of staying with Georgia's receivers. Murray has misfired a couple of times, but the Vols' defenders were usually right there in good position.