No. 1 Georgia trotted off the field to a smattering of boos from the home crowd and facing its biggest halftime deficit in nearly three years.
When the Bulldogs returned for the second half, they suddenly played like champs.
Carson Beck passed for 269 yards, Daijun Edwards, Dillon Bell and Cash Jones ran for touchdowns, and No. 1 Georgia rallied to beat South Carolina 24-14 on Saturday.
“I was pretty excited at halftime,” coach Kirby Smart said. “I knew we would find out what kind of team we have.”