The Georgia Bulldogs were tied with Mizzou 14-14 late in the second quarter. From that point on, though, it was all Dawgs.

Georgia scored just before halftime and then poured it on in the second half, cruising to a 49-14 victory in Columbia.

QB JT Daniels was solid, particularly after the first quarter and a half. He finished 16-of-27 for 299 yards and 3 touchdowns, with 0 interceptions. WR George Pickens made some spectacular plays, finishing with 5 grabs for 126 yards and 2 scores.

But, Daniels was who Georgia fans wanted to talk about after the game. He’s now 3-0 as a starter and Georgia fans are wondering if this season might have gone differently if Daniels was starting sooner:

This question will continue to hang around this program. Coach Kirby Smart has said it was a health issue, but it’ll be interesting to see if that question comes up again in the next week.