Saturday November 18th, the Georgia Bulldogs (10-0) are heading to Knoxville, Tennessee to play the Tennessee Volunteers (7-3), their legendary rival at the Neyland Stadium.
The Georgia Bulldogs, the current national champions in a consecutive year, just defeated Ole Miss 52–17. The Bulldogs led 28–14 at the half, and they tightened up defensively in the second half to take a decisive advantage while just conceding a field goal. Their rushing offense amassed an astounding 300 yards, averaging 8.6 yards per carry in the end. Georgia needs to keep winning in order to qualify for the College Football Playoffs, even if they have already won the SEC East. In the running game, the running backs are getting big runs, quarterback Carson Beck is receiving all the time he needs to play, and the simple third down opportunities relieve some of the burden. This is all combined with a methodical approach that never lets up on opponents. On the injury report, due to a fractured forearm, Georgia linebacker Jamon Dumas-Johnson will likely miss the game against Tennessee.
Conversely, the Volunteers dropped their third game of the year, falling to the Missouri Tigers 36-7. The Vols finished with a 7-3 overall record and a 3-3 record in SEC play, aiding Georgia in winning the SEC East. In addition to topping Tennessee in rushing with 36 yards on the ground, quarterback Joe Milton completed 22 of 34 throws for 267 yards, a touchdown, and an interception during the game. In all, he completed 64.7% of his throws for 267 yards and had an overall passer rating of 86.27.
Against Missouri, Tennessee’s defense allowed 531 offensive yards. They gave up 256 yds on the ground and surrendered 275 yards in the passing game. This season, the Volunteers defense has gotten 33 sacks and leads the league in quarterback hurries. They are letting up 20.2 points per game overall (73rd).
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Georgia vs Tennessee Game Information
- Date: 11/18/2023
- Time: 03:30 PM ET
- Location: Neyland Stadium.
- How to Watch Georgia vs Tennessee: ESPN
- Live Stream: fubo.tv