Georgia football live score: Bulldogs host Vanderbilt Commodores – Online Athens

Georgia football live score: Bulldogs host Vanderbilt Commodores – Online Athens

No. 1 Georgia football easily took down fellow SEC East opponent Vanderbilt 55-0 on Saturday in Sanford Stadium to improve to 6-0 on the season.
The Bulldogs have a bye next week before its annual trip to Jacksonville to face the Florida Gators.
Find recap and analysis of Saturday’s game at the link below.
Five takeaways:Georgia Bulldogs drop anchor on Vanderbilt Commodores in rout
Bulldogs win 55-0 against Vanderbilt.
Bulldogs get a touchdown run from reserve running back Cash Jones to lead Vanderbilt 55-0 with 1:31 to play
Georgia tight end Arik Gilbert hauls in a 4-yard pass for his first touchdown reception as a Bulldog. Georgia extends lead over Vanderbilt to 48-0.
Georgia football backup QB Carson Beck hits Dillon Bell on a 24-yard touchdown and the Bulldogs extend their lead to 41-0 and now cover the spread of 37 1/2. 
Georgia’s backup quarterback Carson Beck took the final snap of the third quarter and will continue the game as the Bulldogs’ QB as they lead Vanderbilt football 34-0. 
Georgia extends its lead to 31-0 with a 28-yard field goal by kicker Jack Podlesny. 9:09 to play in the third quarter.
After hauling in an 18-yard pass in front of Georgia’s sideline, wide receiver Ladd McConkey remained on the ground for a little while and was examined by the UGA medical staff. He was able to get up on his own and limp to the team’s medical tent.
Dominick Blaylock’s 10-yard touchdown catch marked his first score since way back in the 2019 season. Blaylock returned from two torn ACLs. 
Georgia leads 28-0 with 1:06 to go in the first half.
The Bulldogs are blowing this thing open. The latest score came on a 1-yard rushing touchdown from Daijun Edwards. That capped an 11-play, 81-yard drive that covered 6 minutes. Bulldogs averaging 7.3 yards per play.
Kenny McIntosh went up the middle standing up for a 7-yard touchdown run. Another completion to Marcus Rosemy-Jacksaint set it up. Ladd McConkey’s 20-yard punt return gave Georgia great field position at the Vanderbilt 42. There’s 1:40 left in the opening quarter.
Georgia went 75 yards on its opening drive of the game. Stetson Bennett hit running back Kenny McIntosh out of the backfield for an 11-yard touchdown. Bennett is 3 of 4 for 45 yards. Georgia leads 7-0 with 10:01 to go in the first quarter.
Rian Davis looks like he will get his second straight start. The inside linebacker worked with the first team defense along with Jamon Dumas-Johnson during pregame warmups.
Smael Mondon is coming off an ankle injury.
We wrote about Davis in our five things to know for this game. Check it out there if you haven’t yet.
Don’t see Georgia running back Kendall Milton in the pregame warmups. He left last week’s game with a groin injury. 
A.D. Mitchell is on the field dressed out, but I didn’t see him run routes in the pregame drill with the others so he may be out. 
Walk-on Cash Jones and Sevaughn Clarke are dressed out along with the other scholarship running backs.
Inside linebacker Smael Mondon, who didn’t play last week due to a sprained ankle, looks good moving side-to-side in the end zone with the others at this position.
Kirby Smart didn’t sound too upbeat Thursday night that Mondon would go today.
“When you’re dealing with the ankle, it’s a tough thing,” Smart said on his radio show Thursday night. “It’s one of those things you can’t do much without your feet. You can’t put a cast on it. You can’t cover it up. You can’t say grin and bear with it because you’ve got to be able to lever and explode off that foot and hold levarage on blocks. That’s tough.”
Bulldogs wide receiver A.D. Mitchell, who played just a few snaps last week, is on the field going through pregame warmups, but hasn’t tried to run full speed yet. He’s missed much of the season with an ankle injury.
Tight end Arik Gilbert, who hasn’t played since early in the season, is again dressed out and on the field for pregame warmups with the other tight ends. Hard to know if that means he would get any game action today.
Georgia punter Brett Thorson is chatting up Vanderbilt punter Matthew Hayball.
Thorson is from Victoria, Australia. Hayball is from West Adelaide, Australia.
They are both products of Prokick Australia. Hayball is a transfer from Florida Atlantic, 
Vanderbilt is in a familiar spot Saturday, serving as Georgia’s homecoming opponent.
This is the 101st homecoming for Georgia. Vanderbilt is now the opponent for the game for the 25th time.
Georgia is 80-18-2 on homecoming all-time.
Today’s referee is Steve Marlowe. His day job is working for Alabama Power.
Georgia’s game captains: tight end Brock Bowers, nose guard Zion Logue, offensive tackle Warren McClendon and kicker Jack Podlesny.
Vanderbilt’s Ray Davis is a workhorse running back. He averages18 carries a game after rushing for 105 yards and a touchdown on 27 rushes last week against Ole Miss.
The 5-foot-9, 205-pound senior from San Francisco is fifth in the SEC at 84.5 rushing yards per game.
“Man, the guy’s one of the best kept secrets in our league if you ask me,” Smart said. “He breaks a lot of tackles, he’s very smooth. It’s not the long speed that impresses you, it’s the ability to break tackles and his feet in and out of the holes. And his receiving ability out of the backfield that is really unique. They did a hell of a job to get him into the program and get them there as a player.”
Davis is third on Vanderbilt with 17 catches for 110 yards.


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