Missouri 6, GEORGIA 3
- Excluding the kneel down on the final play of the half, four of Georgia’s five offensive possessions had reached Missouri’s side of the field, but resulted in just three total points.
- Before throwing an interception on the game’s first offensive play, Greyson Lambert had been intercepted just once in 124 passing attempts this season.
- After having a disadvantage in time of possession for all of their first six games, the Bulldogs held a better than 18 to 12-minute advantage in time of possession in the first half.
- Four of Missouri’s five offensive possessions reached Georgia’s side of the field, but resulted in just six total points.
- In the first half, the Tigers were limited to four first downs, and 25 total offensive plays for 127 yards.
- Before Missouri’s Andrew Baggett missed his second field-goal attempt of the game—a 38-yard try—he had made 9 of 11 field goals on the year, including 8 of 8 below 40 yards.