No. 2 Georgia Trails No. 13 LSU 19-9 Entering The Fourth Quarter

first_imgLSU Tigers huddle before gameBATON ROUGE, LA – OCTOBER 13: LSU Tigers huddles up before a game against the Georgia Bulldogs at Tiger Stadium on October 13, 2018 in Baton Rouge, Louisiana. (Photo by Jonathan Bachman/Getty Images)The Georgia Bulldogs, the No. 2 team in the country and last year’s runner-up in the College Football Playoff, are officially on the ropes. LSU is giving the Bulldogs all they can handle in Baton Rouge on Saturday afternoon.LSU, coming off a tough loss to Florida, dominated the first half to build up a 16-0 lead at the break. Heading into the fourth quarter, it’s now 19-9. Georgia is going to have to score twice and get stops to have a shot to stay undefeated.LSU quarterback Joe Burrow hasn’t played his best game, but he is 13-of-28 for 154 yards with no turnovers. He also has a rushing touchdown.Georgia signal-caller Jake Fromm has struggled as well – he’s just 11-of-27 for 123 yards with an interception.Holyfield scores the touchdown … but the failed two-pointer still leaves Georgia down by two scores.#LSU 19, #UGA 9 #UGAvsLSU (Start of the 4th quarter)— 11Alive Sports (@11AliveSports) October 13, 2018LSU’s lone touchdown came on a 1-yard run from Burrow. Georgia’s score came from Elijah Holyfield on a 10-yard run. The Bulldogs were unable to convert a two-point try after their touchdown.Georgia is 6-0 on the season, and obviously, a loss would do a lot of damage to their College Football Playoff resume.You can watch the final period on CBS.last_img

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