Georgia football meets Vanderbilt on Saturday in Nashville. Here is your first look at the Vanderbilt Commodores.
Vanderbilt Season So Far
|09/04||East Tennessee State||L 3-23||Home|
|09/11||Colorado St||W 24-21||Away|
|10/16||S Carolina||1:00 pm||Away|
|10/23||Miss State||1:00 pm||Home|
|Stat (per game)||Georgia||Vanderbilt|
|Total YDS Allowed||221.3||393.7|
|Pass YDS Allowed||146.3||197.0|
|Rush YDS Allowed||75.0||196.7|
Vanderbilt Injuries and Suspensions
[OL] 09/19/2021 – Michael Warden missed last game, is “?” Saturday vs Georgia (Undisclosed)
[TE] 09/18/2021 – Ben Bresnahan is “?” Saturday vs Georgia (Lower Body)
[DB] 09/18/2021 – Dashaun Jerkins is “?” Saturday vs Georgia (Undisclosed)
[RB] 09/20/2021 – Re’Mahn Davis is out for season (Undisclosed)
Challenges for Georgia
Georgia is sitting pretty good right now. Looking at the Bulldog schedule there is not much of a threat except for maybe Auburn and Florida down the road. Of course, there’s Alabama at the tail end of the regular season. This week it’s Vandy. The Commodores should go down easily they have a decent quarterback in Ken Seals but whenever he makes a mistake he seems to lose his focus and throw erratically, often into the opponent’s hands.
The thing is though, he has the capability to be very good. If Seals is in the zone he can do great things for the ‘Dores. Georgia’s job is to keep him out of that zone. With good line pressure and a responsible performance by the UGA secondary, the Dawgs should coast to another win.
Saturday‘s game kicks off at 11:00 AM CT (12:00 PM ET). You can watch this SEC football game on the SEC Network.