SEC Digital Network
ATHENS, Ga. – Georgia hosted Appalachian State in Athens on Saturday, and thanks to a 31-point second half the Bulldogs (6-3) registered a 45-6 win over the Mountaineers. UGA racked up 568 yards of offense on the day while limiting Appalachian State to just 253 yards for its sixth win of 2013.
Aaron Murray had a big day for the Dawgs, throwing for 281 yards and a pair of touchdowns before giving way to backup Hutson Mason, who threw for 160 yards and a touchdown in relief duty.
Todd Gurley carried 13 times on the afternoon, going for 75 yards and a touchdown for the Bulldogs in his second game back from injury. As a team, Georgia ran for 120 yards and three scores on the ground to complement its 441 passing yards.
Rantavious Wooten had a big day on the outside for Georgia, hauling in four passes for 104 yards and a score to pace the Bulldogs’ passing attack. The Bulldogs were stingy defensively against the run, limiting Appalachian State to just 35 yards on 30 rushing attempts and keeping the Mountaineers out of the end zone.
Passing – Aaron Murray, 19-for-26, 281 yards, 2 TD, INT
Rushing – Todd Gurley, 13 car, 75 yards, TD
Receiving – Rantavious Wooten, 4 rec, 104 yards, TD
Passing – Kameron Bryant, 22-for-39, 221 yards, INT
Rushing – Marcus Cox, 23 car, 59 yards
Receiving – Andrew Peacock, 12 rec, 90 yards