The Georgia Bulldogs defeated LSU 52-38 Saturday in Baton Rouge with their best offensive game of the year, but it was linebacker Darryl Gamble who returned two interceptions for a touchdown, who gave the UGA defense enough to make it a balanced and complete victory for the Dawgs who are now firmly back on the national stage.
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Audio: Mark Richt | Willie Martinez | Mike Bobo | Matthew Stafford | Knowshon Moreno | Darryl Gamble | Aron White | Asher Allen | Clint Boling
All the clamoring for 9th-ranked Georgia to finally get that "signature" win can officially cease and desist. Saturday's 52-38 victory over 11th-ranked and defending national champion LSU certainly took care of that. More
LSU fans, Knowshon Moreno is calling you. In a way, that's kind of what Georgia's star running back did when he made a gesture to the LSU student section like he was placing a cell call following the Bulldogs' 52-38 win over the Tigers.
Gamble pays off
Linebacker Darryl Gamble was one of the last Georgia players off the field at Tiger Stadium Saturday as he trotted toward the screaming Bulldog contingent, pumping his helmet up and down in the air. This was a moment he wanted to soak in. Who can blame him? More
Georgia at LSU recap
Knowshon Moreno quieted one of the loudest crowds in college football, running for a 68-yard score and finishing with 163 yards rushing to lift No. 9 Georgia to a 52-38 victory over 11th-ranked LSU on Saturday. More
Moreno leads Georgia over LSU
Georgia coach Mark Richt once called the Tiger Stadium crowd the loudest he'd ever heard. Knowshon Moreno may remember Death Valley more for the hush he caused with his tackle-breaking 68-yard touchdown run. More
Georgia storms past LSU, back into the title chase
Few settings might have seemed more futile. Facing LSU at Tiger Stadium, with both teams' fragile national championship hopes hanging in the balance, wouldn't appear most conducive for Georgia keeping alive its championship dreams. The stadium isn't called Death Valley for nothing. More