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Georgia football game recap Bulldogs fall to South Carolina 20-17

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Georgia football game recap Bulldogs fall to South Carolina
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Welcome to the Live Updates post, where DawgNation will stay up with the latest on news, wounds, and each scoring drive, and key play from the opening kick. 

ATHENS — A slip-up inclined Georgia football crew just couldn't escape its specific manner Saturday. 

South Carolina got the 20-17 surprise when All-American kicker Rodrigo Blankenship missed a 42-yard field objective on Georgia's ownership in the subsequent additional time. 

The misfortune snapped UGA's 16-game home win mark a 15-game win streak against SEC East Division rivalry. The two streaks dated back to the 2016 season. 

It occurred on a day, when the weakening included up the Bulldogs all through the game. 

The greatest blow came when go-to collector Lawrence Cager left the game at halftime with left shoulder damage he had been playing through. Left watchman Justin Shaffer was the first to exit with a sprained neck and afterward guarded back Mark Webb missed snaps with knee damage. Running back Brian Herrien didn't play by virtue of a sprained back. 

Here's the means by which the game separated:

DOUBLE OVERTIME

– South Carolina kicker Parker White misses a 33-yard field objective on the second ownership of OT. 

– Jake Fromm block attempt on the principal play of additional time, off Tyler Simmons' hands. 

– South Carolina won the coin hurl and chose for play protection on the primary ownership of additional time.



FOURTH QUARTER

Georgia 17, South Carolina 17 (1:48): Demetris Robertson 6-yard touchdown gathering from Jake Fromm (Rodrigo Blankenship kick). Drive: 13 plays, 96 yards, 4:38. Key play: Demetris Robertson 17-yard get on third-and-7 toward the South Carolina 26-yard line. 

– WR Lawrence Cager left with rib damage and won't return.

DOWN GOES GEORGIA!

THIRD QUARTER


– DB Mark Webb answered to have left knee damage 

– RB Brian Herrien didn't play in first half, lower back sprain 

– OL Justin Shaffer out sprain neck

HALFTIME

Notes: 

• Second time this season Georgia has trailed a game at halftime (ND, 10-7) 

• Blankenship's first FG miss of 2019 (53 yards, blocked, presently 12-13) 

• Jake Fromm's first block attempt of 2019 

• First multi-sack game Georgia has permitted 

Georgia 230 all out yards, South Carolina 156 

QB: Fromm: 14-23, 129, 1 INT; Hilinski: 13-16, 117, 1 TD 

RB: Swift: 14-75 yards; Dowdle: 7-35 

WR: Cager: 4-48; Edwards 5-74

– Rodrigo Blankenship 53-yard FG endeavor blocked last play 

South Carolina 17, Georgia 10 (1:00): Israel Mukuamu 53-yard interference return. Drive: 1 play, 53 yards. 

Georgia 10, South Carolina 10 (3:00): Parker White 50-yard field objective. Drive: 7 plays, 30 yards, 2:31. Key play: Rico Dowdle 13-yard rushed to UGA 38. 

Georgia 10, South Carolina 7 (13:35): D'Andre Swift 1-yard run (Rodrigo Blankenship kick). Drive: 9 plays, 75 yards, 3:23. Key play: James Cook 10-yard gathering to from Jake Fromm on third-and-5 to the SC 48-yard line.


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FIRST QUARTER

South Carolina 7, Georgia 3 (1:58): Bryan Edwards 46-yard go from Ryan Hilinski (Parker White kick). Drive: 9 plays, 93 yards, 3:59. Key play: J.R. Reed pass impedance on third-and-2 at South Carolina 14. 

Georgia 3, South Carolina 0 (10:15): Rodrigo Blankenship 50-yard field objective. Drive: 9 plays, 42 yards, 4:45. Key play: Jake Fromm inclusion sacked for 1-yard misfortune on third-and-5 at SC 32. Note: Blankenship now 12-of-12 on field objectives his season 

Pregame

Georgia skippers: J.R. Reed, Lawrence Cager, Brian Herrien 

South Carolina wins hurl, concedes.
ATHENS — Georgia has a 16-game home win streak and 15-game win streak against SEC East Division groups entering Saturday's home game against South Carolina. 

Bulldogs' hostile lineman "Huge" Ben Cleveland may have heard something about that, however neither his nor his colleagues center go past what figures to be an eager gathering of Gamecocks on the opposite side of the field.

"It's not noted obviously to us, I'm certain there's a couple folks over here that acknowledge it," Cleveland said of the UGA win streaks on Wednesday. "I have an inclination that it's a unique little something we could stay here and consider, yet by the day's end, we've recently got the chance to go out and play." 

South Carolina (2-3, 1-2) is falling off a bye week, and it's a physical gathering that has the best run game and perhaps the quickest resistance the No. 3-positioned Bulldogs will have seen. 

The Gamecocks will convey a punch, however Cleveland is certain Georgia has the profundity and drive to conquer the present test. 

"There's a trust in the storage space, you must include certainty inside your group to go out and be as fruitful as we've been these most recent couple of weeks," Cleveland said. "It's another of those things where we don't lose track of the main issue at hand. 

"I feel like our greatest thing this year is only our profundity and the ability level we have at all situations, there's not one person that you can't come in that is similarly comparable to the following, so I believe that is the place we truly separate ourselves at this year."

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