No. 1 Georgia rallies from 10 down to beat Missouri 26-22
On Saturday, No. 1 Georgia rallied from 10 points down to beat Missouri 26-22
after Daijun Edwards scored the go-ahead touchdown with just over four minutes remaining.
Podlesny kicked four field goals just in time to preserve the Bulldogs' victory (5-0, 2-0 SEC),
who led most of the way before finally solving red-zone woes.
The St. Louis Tigers (2-3, 0-2) have never beaten a top-ranked team in 17 matches.
Stetson Bennett struggled all night against relentless blitzing by Missouri (2-3, 0-2).
As a result, the leader of the defending national champions managed to maintain his composure
eventually led the Bulldogs on two late touchdown drives while passing for 312 yards and not throwing an interception.
Brady Cook had 192 yards passing and a touchdown for the Tigers,