SHREVEPORT, La. -- The line of brake lights leaving the Independence Bowl just as the fourth quarter began had a maroon tint to it.
Georgia led by 24 points early in the fourth quarter and finished with a 44-20 victory over Texas A&M.
But don't let the scoreboard fool you. It wasn't the Texas A&M defense that sent most of the Aggies faithful -- a bunch that made up at least two-thirds of the 49,653 in attendance on a chilly Monday night -- streaming out of the stadium early.