The Missouri Tigers are hosting the Georgia Bulldogs in a matchup of ranked teams on Saturday in Columbia. The Tigers are at No. 25 in the College Football Playoff rankings and the Bulldogs are No. 9.

The game has been a close one thus far. A couple of late special teams errors by Georgia let the Tigers back in the game. At halftime, the score is 21-14 Georgia.

Georgia QB JT Daniels is off to a rough start. Yes, Georgia’s running attack is performing well, but the Mizzou defense has been making Daniels uncomfortable with pressure. Prior to halftime, Daniels put together a nice drive, to bring his stats to 10-for-17 for 167 yards and 2 scores. But he has taken a ton of big hits.

At halftime, there were plenty of reactions to Daniels’ pressure-related overthrows and the fact that the offensive line isn’t doing a great job protecting him:

We’ll see if Daniels can continue to play well in the second half despite the big hits he’s taking.