For the first half against South Carolina, the Georgia offense sure looked like a lot of fun. Thanks to the offense, Georgia holds a 28-10 lead over the Gamecocks.
The Bulldogs scored on their first three possessions in the first half to race out to a 21-0 lead. The first drive was capped by a Tre’ McKitty touchdown catch while the next two were rushing touchdowns by James Cook and Zamir White.
A week after rushing for just eight yards against Mississippi State, the Bulldogs ran for 208 yards in the opening half. Cook led the way with 98 yards, already the most in his career. He added a second touchdown for Georgia’s fourth of the first half.