Rivalry Review: Clemson vs. Georgia is full of great stories

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2002: Shockley to the rescue

In the first game since back-to-back wins for Georgia in 1994 and 1995, No. 8 ranked Georgia hosted unranked Clemson in Athens. Clemson held a touchdown lead going into the fourth quarter after a lackluster performance by starting quarterback David Greene. Backup D.J. Shockley came in to revive the Bulldog offense with a key touchdown to Terrence Edwards to tie the game at 28. Billy Bennett followed with a field goal to put the Dawgs up for good, 31-28.