Georgia Dawgs Show the Nation the Real Hawaii Warriors in a 41-10 Beating

NEW ORLEANS (AP) _ College football's last unbeaten team has
been soundly beaten.
Knowshon Moreno ran for two touchdowns in the first quarter to
set the tone in Georgia's 41-10 pounding of Hawaii in the Sugar
Bowl. Moreno scored on a 17-yard run on the Bulldogs' first
possession, then added an 11-yard TD in the final minute of the
first quarter.
That was more than enough offense for the fourth-ranked
Bulldogs, who made life miserable for Warriors quarterback Colt
Brennan. The Heisman finalist was sacked eight times, threw three
interceptions and lost two fumbles, one of them recovered for a
Georgia touchdown. Brennan also was 22-of-38 for just 169 yards,
less than half of his 348-yard average this season.
Matthew Stafford outplayed Brennan, completing 13 of his 22
passes for 170 yards and a touchdown as the Bulldogs finished the
year 11-and-2.
The tenth-ranked Warriors end up 12-and-1.

(Copyright 2008 by The Associated Press. All Rights Reserved.)

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