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Bulldogs remain undefeated with blowout over Tennessee 38-10

Georgia beat another ranked opponent on Saturday afternoon that held the number eighteen ranking in the country.  It may have actually made the Bulldogs more focused coming into the game as the defense came to play holding the Volunteers to 2 of 11 on 3rd down conversions and only accumulating a total of 147 yards.  Typically, during a game like this you will look at a stat sheet and see several differences, and it applies for this game as the outlier was the time of possession.  Georgia had possession of the football for 40:58 of the game and rushed for 156 yards and was 9 for 13 on 3rd down conversions. 

Georgia quarterback Carson Beck had a historic game with a quarterback rating of 93.1 and throwing for 3 touchdowns for 298 yards on 24 of 30 completions.  The receiving group for Georgia totaled 4 touchdowns and it should be noted that Georgia scored 24 unanswered points before Tennessee kicked a field goal before halftime, and then 14 unanswered points to end the game.  Georgia remains undefeated and improves their record to 11-0 and expects to still hold the number one ranking in this coming week’s College Football Playoff rankings.  The Bulldogs will host their interstate rival, Georgia Tech, on Saturday to end the regular season before heading to Atlanta to play in the SEC Championship game against Alabama.  Tennessee will host the struggling Commodores from Vanderbilt University on Saturday to end their season with a 8-4 overall record with hopes of a New Year’s Eve bowl game. 


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