After a pair of early turnovers, Murray seemed to be getting Georgia's offense back on track, as the Bulldogs punctuated a four-play, 38-yard drive with a 24-yard touchdown run by Todd Gurley to make it 23-17.
Both Bulldogs' turnovers came via Murray interceptions as the nation's top ranked passing defense crowded Georgia's receivers and disguised their coverage schemes.
Gurley helped open things up, though, rushing for 81 yards in the opening 30 minutes.
Nebraska also allowed Georgia's defense three sacks, which thwarted some promising Cornhuskers drives.
Nebraska's defense didn't need long to force the game's first turnover, picking off a Murray pass on Georgia's opening drive of the game.
The Cornhuskers went three-and-out on their first offensive touch, and were forced to punt.
But that attempt by punter Brett Maher was blocked by the Bulldogs' Shawn Williams. There was a scramble for the ball in the end zone, but it trickled out of the back for a safety.
The Bulldogs then went up 9-0 their ensuing possession following the free kick, capping an 80-yard drive with a 29-yard touchdown pass by Murray to Arthur Lynch.
Nebraska's offense finally got going on its next touch, responding with a 14-yard touchdown pass from Martinez to Jamal Turner.
The Cornhuskers' defense then made with 14-9 when Will Compton came up with their second interception in the half on Murray and returned it 24 yards for the score.
Murray set a new Georgia record for passing yards in a season and touchdown passes with 35. Jones set a school single-season record for sacks in a season at 14.5. The previous record of 14 was held by David Pollack.
Nebraska dropped to 12-7 against SEC opponents in bowl games.