ATHENS, Ga. -- Everything between the hedges belonged to the No. 3 Georgia Bulldogs, who on Saturday upended Murray State 63-17 in front of their first home crowd of the 2019 season - nearly a sellout - at Sanford Stadium.
By halftime, one of the best teams in the country had built a 42-7 advantage. Its starting quarterback, Jake Fromm, had gone 10-for-11 for 166 yards and a touchdown to freshman star George Pickens midway through a 35-point second quarter for the Bulldogs. And a week after torching Vanderbilt for more than a buck-forty on the ground, Georgia's D'Andre Swift had gashed for 67 yards and two scores on just six touches.
The Racers (1-1), however, were able to generate a list of positives beyond the financial boon of playing an SEC opponent.
"Our guys don't want any moral victories," noted MSU coach Mitch Stewart. "But I was very pleased and en