Jadeveon Clowney smothered Aaron Murray for his first sack of the season.
Otherwise, the South Carolina star's name was barely called Saturday.
That's starting to sound familiar.
With Clowney turning in another rather quiet performance, Murray carved up the Gamecocks defense with 309 yards passing and four touchdowns, leading 11th-ranked Georgia to a 41-30 victory over No. 6 South Carolina in a game that established the early balance of power in the Southeastern Conference East.
Clowney was credited with three tackles and failed to chase down Murray on the biggest play of the game - an 85-yard touchdown pass to Justin Scott-Wesley with 13 minutes remaining.
''Aaron played a pretty good game,'' Clowney said. ''He threw it quick and ran it away from me the whole game.''
The teams combined for 990 yards - Georgia had 536 - in a game that sparked such passion, a couple of South Carolina coaches got into it with each other on the sideline early in the third quarter. They had to be ...