By PAUL NEWBERRY
AP College Football Writer
ATHENS, Ga. (AP) - Aaron Murray ran for two touchdowns and threw
for two more scores as Georgia snapped a four-game losing streak,
routing bumbling Tennessee 41-14 Saturday in a rude homecoming for
Volunteers coach Derek Dooley.
A.J. Green caught another touchdown pass, his third in two weeks
since returning from a four-game suspension for selling his bowl
jersey to a person considered an agent.
Georgia (2-4, 1-3 Southeastern Conference) ended its longest
skid since 1990 and provided a glimmer of hope in a season that has
put the heat on longtime coach Mark Richt.
Tennessee (2-4, 0-3) made this one easy on the Bulldogs, turning
it over three times, giving up four sacks and falling behind 17-0
in the first quarter. It was a frustrating afternoon for Dooley,
the first-year coach and son of longtime Georgia coach and athletic
director Vince Dooley.
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