About anything that can go wrong so far for the Georgia Bulldogs, has gone wrong in their game at home today against the Missouri Tigers. Currently, at the half, the top-ranked Dawgs are down to the fast-paced Tigers by a score of 28-10.
But, for all that has gone wrong for Georgia, especially on the defensive side of the ball, they have had a few bright spots here and there.
One of those came off of a catch by one of the few offensive weapons that QB Aaron Murray has left, tight end Arthur Lynch. With the Bulldogs driving in the second quarter to try and evade the upset as best they can, Murray found Lynch for a big gain, but a lot of that credit is due to the athleticism of his big target.
After receiving the pass, Lynch took off and found himself being targeted by a Mizzou defender. Instead of lowering his huge frame for contact, Lynch decided to show off his tremendous ups to get the extra yardage:
(h/t Bleacher Report)