Recap: Georgia routes Vanderbilt

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On Saturday, Georgia trailed for the first time all season after Vanderbilt converted a short field goal, making the the score 3-0. That deficit would last for all of 15 seconds, as Georgia would score on a 75 yard touchdown pass to Terry Godwin on the very next play of the game.

After the Godwin score, Georgia never looked back, ultimately winning the game 41-13. It was a great day for quarterback Jake Fromm, who tallied 276 yards while completing 17 of his 23 attempts on the evening following a shaky performance against Tennessee last week.

Elijah Holyfield, D’Andre Swift, and James Cook all rushed for at least 50 yards, continuing to prove to the rest of the country that Georgia is college football’s real Running Back U.

Of course, everything positive from this game must be taken with a grain of salt, as Vanderbilt is arguably the second worst team in the SEC. However, the Dawgs will surely be tested during the next month of the season, as their next three games are against LSU, Florida, and Kentucky, all of whom are currently ranked.

It was a much-needed performance from Georgia, as many fans were upset with underwhelming performances the prior two weeks against Missouri and Tennessee. This dominating win should give the Dawgs a nice confidence boost as they head to Death Valley for a contest against the Tigers.

Jackson Stone – @tdjs_network


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