Tennessee at Georgia score: Vols fight back again, beat Bulldogs on Hail Mary
There was a nutty finish to Saturday's massive SEC East showdown
We have our first contender for SEC game of the year. And maybe college football's game of the year.
Tennessee scored 20 points in the final quarter -- six on the final play of the game -- to upend Georgia 34-31 on Saturday in yet another come-from-behind victory for the Vols.
Tennessee overcame another sluggish start including two first-half turnovers for the rally. In all, three touchdowns between Tennessee and Georgia were scored in the final three minutes -- and two in the final 10 seconds. It looked as though Georgia would get the win after freshman quarterback Jacob Eason hit a 47-yard, go-ahead score to Riley Ridley. However, a good return by Tennessee and a defensive offsides penalty by Georgia set up a final 43-yard attempt. That's when Joshua Dobbs completed a desperation pass to Jauan Jennings for the win.
The Vols are many things. Flawed, talented, frustrating and more. But above all, it seems, they are blessed.
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