The Georgia Bulldogs won 26-22 at Missouri. Georgia’s four-point margin of victory is the same amount
Starks chased down a Missouri running back to prevent a second quarter touchdown.
Missouri settled for field goal to take a 16-3 lead.
This was a pivotal point in the game. If Georgia fell behind by three possessions,
then the Dawgs would have been in a lot more obvious passing situations for the remainder of the night
. Instead, Georgia tacked on another field goal before halftime and never trailed by more than 13.
In the second half, Georgia used a stronger rushing attack to help cut into the Tigers’ lead.
Eventually, the Dawgs took the lead and didn’t look back from there.
Malaki Starks, a former five-star recruit, is a standout for the Bulldogs.
The true freshman already has a pair of interception on the season.
Additionally, the Jefferson High School product had 17 total tackles entering the Missouri game.