Auburn Tigers penetrated deep into Georgia territory from the second quarter onward in a complex game strategy loaded with historic conflict and a stadium of screaming fans as the world watches with bated breath, the honor of Georgia's fighting Bulldogs in the balance.
Auburn University claimed opposition players raided their Senaki locker-room before the game in a successful attempt to destroy their urinal facilities. When police arrived and found no evidence of vandalism, they amended their story, saying the Georgia players must have left "real quick".
Auburn U pushed into Georgia's South Ossetia zone from the end of the first quarter, a turning point of the game so far, and are now outside Gori, which is coincidentally close to the benches of the large-breasted Georgia U cheerleaders, Georgian officials say.
As the fight continues, with some worldwide onlookers pressing for a ceasefire, mascots Uga and Hairy Dog lead the Georgia supporters in the school fight song, 'Glory, Glory'.
This current game began late last week when Georgian forces launched a surprise attack to regain control of their South Ossetia field, a move which figuratively grabbed the Tigers by their tails as the Alabamans had had no idea that a game was scheduled or that small-arms fire was now allowed under Southeastern Conference football rules.