Starkville, Miss. Georgia football faces Mississippi State in a college football game in Week 11. Below you can find live updates, results information, injury news, as well as an analysis of the game.
Georgia is the No. 1 seeded team in the country and enters the game with a 9-0. A win over Mississippi State would snatch SEC East for Georgia.
Live Georgia State and Mississippi football updates, score, and analysis for game week 11
The fourth quarter
Georgia 45, Mississippi 19, 2:04
9 plays, 73 yards, 4:18
Kendall Melton tore 34 yards off the touchdown to put Mississippi State to bed. It was far from a perfect day for Georgia, but this touchdown cements a dominant win.
Georgia’s defense came with a fourth-straight stop in the state’s last two commands. Maroon Bulldogs 0 to 3 on his fourth down attempt.
The second came when Kamari Lassiter delivered a big open field tackle on the Mississippi State fourth and 1st from the UGA 8-yard line. The Jo’Quavious Marks rear corner flipped over in Georgia’s second landing stop today.
The third was a foul by Will Rogers, giving the Bulldogs the ball 47 yards from the end zone.
Pass-heavy Maroon Bulldogs average just 4.2 yards per game and are 1 for 9 in third.
Georgia 31, Mississippi 19, 5:17
Two plays, 22 yards, 00:42
The Mississippi State offense scored its first point of the day, a 6-yard connection between Will Rogers and Rufus Harvey.
The Maroon Bulldogs made their second interception of the night, placing their attack on the Georgia 22-yard line. Both objections came on confused passes in the pocket.
Georgia 31, Mississippi 12, 9:19
7 plays, 67 yards, 2:56
Ladd McConkey had his second hit on many flights to Georgia, cutting a narrow 17-yard road at the goal line.