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Date: Saturday Oct. 7
Time: 12:00 pm ET
Location: Nashville, Tenn.
Venue: Vanderbilt Stadium
The fight for the SEC East continues as Georgia football heads to Nashville to take on Vanderbilt. Here is our preview of the matchup. The Georgia Bulldogs are soaring at a high no one thought was possible. The team, led by a stout defense and talented running game have sky rocked to number five in nation and are looking to stay hot against Vanderbilt. This team is coming off two huge SEC wins in which they have outscored opponents 72-3. They’re no joke for sure. After a quick and shocking start to the season, Vanderbilt has come to a screeching halt. The Commodores took down number 18 Kansas State, but was then routed by Alabama 59-0. They followed that up with a loss to Florida, 38-24.
After spraining his knee in the season opener, quarterback Jacob Eason returned to action in the fourth quarter last week once the game was already decided. The sophomore Eason and the freshman Fromm could split action this weekend, although the running attack likely will remain the focus of the Bulldogs’ offense. Nick Chubb (6.4 yard rushing average) has six touchdowns on the season, while and D’Andre Swift have impressed in reserve roles. Since giving up 13 total points in their first three Commodores have allowed 97 points in the last two contests. The team was competitive in last Florida, although the rushing attack (20 carries for 46 yards) and third-down conversions.
The Georgia Bulldogs are riding high and it doesn’t seem like they will be stopping anytime soon. The offense is clicking and the defense has been dominant. A win over Vanderbilt, which is quite likely, will be a great boost for them in the SEC East race. While Vanderbilt has a talented team, I don’t seem them having enough to overpower Georgia. The Bulldogs win this one by a big margin and the Commodores fall even further in the East. They will get on the board, something Tennessee failed to do last week, but it won’t be enough to overcome the Bulldogs offensive numbers.