Sandstorm in a 25% full stadium is even sadder.— Dawg Sports (@dawgsports) November 29, 2020
The Bulldogs decided to run the dang ball in the first half in Columbia, and so far it’s proven pretty productive. The UGA offense churned out 208 yards on the ground in the first half to stake the Red and Black to a 28-10 halftime lead.
Defensively things have been a little suspect, with some poor tackling extending Gamecock drives. Mike Bobo’s charges managed 156 yards offensively, following the traditional Bobo playbook of running the ball just enough to open opportunities for freshman QB Luke Doty in the passing game.
The Gamecocks will get the ball to start the second half, and it feels like a stop here and a Bulldog score could just about put this one out of reach. Conversely, a South Carolina score to open the third would make this closer later than it should be.