Week 7 helmet stickers

October, 13, 2013
Here are three Georgia players who earned helmet stickers in the Bulldogs' 41-26 loss to unbeaten Missouri on Saturday:

J.J. Green: The freshman running back earned his first start Saturday with Todd Gurley and Keith Marshall unavailable, and Green earned his keep. He ran 12 times for 87 yards -- good for an average of 7.2 yards per carry -- and caught five passes for 42 yards. In the last two games, Green has accounted for 262 yards of total offense.

Ray Drew: Saturday was far from a banner day for Georgia's defense, but the junior defensive end continued his recent emergence with two more sacks against Missouri. Both Drew sacks came during Georgia's third-quarter comeback -- a third-down stop when the Tigers needed one yard to pick up a first down and another on second down for an 11-yard loss that led to a Missouri punt. Drew now has a team-high five sacks, all of which came in the last three games.

Rantavious Wooten: The fifth-year senior receiver is also playing a bigger role because of teammates' injuries, and he also delivered on Saturday. Wooten caught a 48-yard pass in a second-quarter field goal drive and hauled in a third-quarter touchdown pass that trimmed Missouri's lead to 28-20. Wooten finished with a career-high 83 yards on four catches, a week after catching two touchdowns -- including one that helped tie the game with 5 seconds to play -- against Tennessee.



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