Missouri 41, Georgia 26
The Georgia Bulldogs finally ran out of tricks.
Having pulled off two late-game comebacks for wins this season, it looked like the script was written for the No. 7-ranked Bulldogs to execute a third Saturday afternoon. Quarterback Aaron Murray and the Georgia offense took over at their own 24 down eight points to Missouri with 4:25 to play.
But instead of another dramatic touchdown drive like Murray pulled off against Tennessee and LSU, his pass for Chris Conley was intercepted on the first play.
It was one of four turnovers on the day for the No. 7 Bulldogs, and the No. 25 Tigers would tack on a late score for a resounding 41-26 upset victory.