What a game with Hellisan's Aggies. He had the lead the majority of the first half, but Georgia was able to get a stop before halftime. As the Bulldogs drove up field to the 18 yard line they missed a chip shot FG to go ahead. Halftime 10-10 On the first drive of the second half the Bulldogs had 2nd and inches and tried to impose their will by running up the middle for the first down, but Texas A&M's big defensive tackle met him in the backfield, jarred the ball loose and ran it back for a touchdown. Georgia answered right back with a 10 play drive that was capped off with a 15 yard TD pass. The fourth quarter is where the game started to get crazy. The game is tied and Hellisan is driving for the go ahead score with 4 minutes to play. He finds a wide open receiver who gets down to the 10 yard line before being met by two Georgia defenders who stripped the ball loose and returned it 90 yards for the go-ahead TD. This was Georgia's first lead of the game, but it didn't last long as as the Aggies scored on an 80 yard over the shoulder catch to the TE on the next play. The Bulldogs were able to get a couple first downs but were caught with a 4th and inches at their own 30 yard line. The ole Pac12Leader took a page right out of Les Miles playbook and tried a fake punt, but it was slammed shut when two defenders stopped the TE in his tracks when he tried to run up the middle. With 2:30 seconds to go the Aggies just needed to kill clock and kick the game winning field goal, but on their zone run to the left the RG didn't get over fast enough to stop the blitzing Safety from coming right through the middle and stripping the ball loose. Georgia wouldn't spoil the opportunity again and drove all the way up field on a series of runs to score the game winning touchdown with 7 seconds to play.