After getting points on each of its first two drives, Tennessee managed to scrape another touchdown just before the end of the first half.

Volunteers quarterback Justin Worley had success throwing the football in the first half against a Georgia secondary that still has issues. Worley completed 14-0f-21 passes for 145 yards and a touchdown during the first 30 minutes, but after its first two scoring drives, Tennessee seemed to stray away its passing game to establish the run.

Worley got good protection on those first two scoring drives, but the Georgia pass rush came alive after that. Outside linebackers Leonard Floyd and Jordan Jenkins came off the edge to rush Worley and defensive coordinator Jeremy Pruitt bought some blitzes with cornerback Damian Swann.

Georgia will need to continue to get pressure on Worley with its front four to hide the holes in the defensive secondary. This game will go down to the wire, so whichever offense can have more success against the opposing defense will determine the outcome of this game.