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ATHENS, Ga. -- So much for Aaron Murrays reputation as a quarterback who cant win the big game. The senior took care of that with one of the best performances of his career. Murray threw for 309 yards and four touchdowns, Georgias beleaguered defence finally came up with a stop, and the 11th-ranked Bulldogs defeated No. 6 South Carolina 41-30 on Saturday for an early edge in the Southeastern Conference East. Coming off a 38-35 loss at Clemson, Georgia could not afford another defeat if it wanted to remain a serious contender for a national title. Murray capped his stellar day for the Bulldogs (1-1, 1-0 SEC) by slipping away from South Carolina star Jadeveon Clowney and connecting with Justin Scott-Wesley on an 85-yard touchdown pass with 13 minutes remaining. "It was a lot of fun," said Murray, who came in with a 1-6 record against Top 10 opponents. "Its definitely up there." The defence made sure it stood up, stuffing Mike Davis on fourth-and-goal from inside the 1. Murray and the offence took it from there, running off the remaining 8:28. "That was by far my favourite part of the game," coach Mark Richt said of the final possession. Davis led the Gamecocks (1-1, 0-1) with 149 yards rushing. Connor Shaw passed for 228 yards and two touchdowns, ran for 75 yards, but also lost a crucial fumble in the third quarter in Georgia territory. That said, this loss was on the Clowney and the defence. They simply couldnt stop Murray. "Aaron played a pretty good game," said Clowney, who had a lacklustre opening game and was largely shut down again, held to three tackles and one sack. "He threw it quick and ran it away from me the whole game." Georgia snapped a three-year losing streak against the Gamecocks, seizing control of the SEC East though South Carolina still has a chance to get back in the race, thanks to a more favourable schedule. In fact, the Bulldogs won the division the last two years despite losing to their neighbouring rival. Todd Gurley had another huge day for the Bulldogs on the ground, rushing for 136 yards on 30 bruising carries and scoring two touchdowns. His first came on a 2-yard run in a wild first half, which ended with the teams tied at 24. Then, in the final seconds of the third quarter, he hauled in an 8-yard TD pass from Murray to give Georgia a 34-24 lead, running the wrong route but getting open when Murray motioned him where to go. Davis ended the third with a 75-yard run down the sideline, and scored on a 3-yard run early in the fourth to make it 34-30. South Carolina missed the extra point. With Georgia facing third-and-13 from its own 15, offensive co-ordinator Mike Bobo sent in a play the team had not worked on all week. "That wasnt in the playbook," Murray said. "I was like, I hope everyone knows what this play is." Murray scrambled away from Clowney with a bit of an assist from backup left tackle Mark Beard, who took over after Kenarious Gates went out with an ankle injury. Beard was beaten inside but gave Clowney enough of a shove to allow Murray to sprint away. It was easy from there. Scott-Wesley was all alone behind the secondary, hauled in the pass and was gone, the Gamecocks having no chance of chasing down a state high school track champion. "I think today I showed Im a wide receiver first," Scott-Wesley said with a smile. The Gamecocks werent done. Davis nearly powered into the end zone before he was stopped a couple of inches short. South Carolina had to go for it on fourth down, and coach Steve Spurrier called a quick pitch to Davis out of the shotgun. Amarlo Herrara led a swarm of tacklers that stopped Davis short of the end zone and pushed him back. "I didnt even know it was fourth down," Herrara said. "I just heard everybody cheering and figured it was good." 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 pulled apart by another assistant. "It was pretty obvious that Georgia was the stronger of the two teams out there," Spurrier said. "They kicked our tails up and down the field." After South Carolina grabbed a 3-0 lead, the Gamecocks ran only three offensive plays in nearly 13 minutes. Murray threw a 3-yard touchdown pass to Arthur Lynch, and Georgia caught the Gamecocks napping on the ensuing kickoff. Collin Barber dribbled an onside kick that was recovered easily by Blake Sailors. The Bulldogs drove from there for Patrick Beless 22-yard field goal. South Carolina went three-and-out, and Murray extended Georgias lead to 17-3 with a 6-yard touchdown pass to Keith Marshall swinging out of the backfield. The Gamecocks rallied. Brandon Wilds scored on a 7-yard run, and South Carolina tied it on the first of Shaw two touchdown passes to Nick Jones, an 18-yarder set up by Barbers fumbled snap on an attempted punt. The teams traded touchdowns in the final 1:42 of the half, Gurley powering in from the 2 and South Carolina evening the score again on Shaws 30-yard TD pass to Jones with just 13 seconds remaining. Ivan Rodriguez Jersey . Grimes signed a $32 million, four-year contract to remain with Miami. The deal, which includes $16 million guaranteed, rewards Grimes for his recovery from an Achilles tendon injury that forced him to miss almost all of the 2012 season. Rougned Odor Jersey . The Nashville Predators were glad their captain was still on their side. Weber had a goal and two assists, and Roman Josi scored the shootout winner to lift the Predators to a 4-3 win over the Flyers on Thursday night. http://www.rangersapparelsshop.com/nomar-mazara-jersey-c-25/. PAUL, Minn. Derek Holland Jersey . 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First, the Heat had a score to settle against a Detroit team that won 107-97 at Miami on Tuesday. Ray Allen scored 18 points for the Heat, who were without Dwyane Wade on Sunday but still shot 56 per cent from the field and 11 of 28 from 3-point range. Miami took an early 16-5 lead, and although the Pistons fought back, the Heat went on a 13-2 run in the third quarter to make it 74-57. "They got us pretty good -- they beat up on us in Miami," James said. "To return the favour, we wanted to play much better against them this time." Miami looked motivated from the start. Allens 3-pointer made it 12-2, and although the Pistons steadied themselves momentarily, they could never tie it. Miami led 59-53 at halftime, and Mario Chalmers and Allen each made 3-pointers during the crucial run at the beginning of the third quarter. The Heat led 91-70 after three. "We knew that their focus was going to be higher, and you could see that at the beginning of the game and again in the third quarter. They were really able to push the ball off our missed shots and get some easy baskets," Pistons coach Maurice Cheeks said. "We knew what was coming after we beat them up there, but knowing they are going to be coming hard is one thing. Stopping them is something else." Andre Drummond had 19 points and 14 rebounds forr Detroit, which had its four-game winning streak snapped.dddddddddddd The Pistons never showed any sign of slowing down Miami, and although they finished with 17 offensive rebounds, they never took full advantage of a potential edge inside. Detroit had a 21-6 edge in second-chance points, but that could have been far worse for the Heat against Drummond and Greg Monroe. "I thought we did a better job tonight versus last game of -- when they did get the ball, really wall them up and force them under the basket," Miamis Shane Battier said. "Those guys are pogo sticks, and not much you can do when theyre playing above the rim like that. But once they catch it, try to wall them up and keep them pinned to the baseline." The Pistons entered as NBA leaders in steals per game, and the Heat turned the ball over 10 times in the first half, but Miami took care of the ball better over the final two quarters, and its torrid shooting never really let up. The Miami bench scored 41 points on 15-of-24 shooting. Roger Mason Jr. had 12 points and Chris Andersen added 10. James, meanwhile, shot 10 of 15 from the field, although he did have six of Miamis 16 turnovers. Chris Bosh scored 16 points for the Heat. Brandon Jennings had 19 for the Pistons. "I didnt think we had enough energy tonight. When you are playing at home, you should have a ton of energy, and we didnt," Detroits Kyle Singler said. "We went in there and beat them a few days ago, so we knew they were going to want revenge tonight. They are tough when they play like that." 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