In the first period, Georgia punter Drew Butler pinned the Spartans deep in their own territory, on the two-yard line. On Michigan State's first offensive play of the game, Kirk Cousins threw to Keshawn Martin in the Spartans' own end zone, where Georgia cornerback Brandon Boykin took him down for a safety.
A three-and-out on the Spartans' next possession forced them to punt. Boykin fielded it inside Georgia's five-yard line and returned it for a touchdown:
The Spartans had just 72 yards of total offense in the first half.
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