- David Ching, ESPN Staff Writer
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ORLANDO, Fla. -- On a New Year's Day when the offenses stole the show, it was actually a series of five consecutive stands by Georgia's defense that allowed the Bulldogs' powerful offense to utilize some new looks and pull away from Nebraska in the Capital One Bowl.
The No. 7 Bulldogs scored the game's final 22 points after falling behind 31-23 early in the third quarter, notching a 45-31 victory and establishing multiple offensive records.
"We felt great with our game plan," said Georgia quarterback Aaron Murray, who established new UGA bowl records with 427 passing yards, five touchdown passes and an 87-yard tunnel screen to Chris Conley for a touchdown in the fourth quarter.
"Obviously when you have a whole month to prepare, you can draw up some new plays. So we had some new stuff for Nebraska, some stuff that we felt comfortable with as an offense, things we'd been repping. ... We knew they would be there. We just had to execute and we did that."
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