Both Stetson Bennett and JT Daniels saw time for the Bulldogs at quarterback. Bennett went 13-19 for 255 yards and two touchdowns, while Daniels went 7-11 for 82 yards, a touchdown, and an interception.
The Tigers scored the first three points of the game as it looked for a bit they may be able to at least keep Georgia at bay. It did not last long. The Bulldogs took a 26-3 lead into the half thanks to touchdowns from Arian Smith, Zamir White, and James Cook, in addition to a safety and a field goal.
The second half was more of the same, as Georgia tacked on two touchdowns in the third quarter before both sides added a field goal in the fourth for the 43-6 final score.
Georgia outgained Mizzou by a 505-273 margin as this game went exactly how everyone expected. Mizzou did cover the 39 point spread, at least.