Georgia vs tennessee score

Georgia vs tennessee score

Georgia vs tennessee score

Southern states have been battling for bragging rights since April 6, 1901. And yes, that’s a day before they seceded from the union. The old Confederacy, indeed. Despite the Bulldogs holding the lead, 9-0, the Volunteers rallied for a 16-14 win.


“Nobody thinks they’ve arrived,” Georgia coach Kirby Smart said. “There’s things we can continue to work to get better at, and they’ll continue to do that. But tonight? They went through a tough gauntlet in our league and played well.Georgia already had its fourth berth in the SEC championship game in five years locked up coming into this game. The Bulldogs last went undefeated in league play in 1982 with a 6-0 mark, also the last time the Bulldogs started 10-0.)Georgia responded by reeling off 27 straight points, including 17 in a dominating second quarter. Derion Kendrick intercepted a pass by Hendon Hooker, and Channing Tindall stripped Hooker of the ball — Tindall had three of Georgia's six sacks.

The Vols' biggest win in this game came in with 3:38 left before lots of empty seats. Joe Milton hit Cedric Tillman on a 12-yard TD, giving Tennessee the most points scored against Georgia in a game this season.ennessee came in second in the Bowl Subdivision scoring an average of 1.59 points per minute. Georgia and the stingiest scoring defense, which had allowed 6.6 points a game, simply smothered the Vols. The Bulldogs held Tennessee to 9 yards total offense in the second quarter. (Source: www.espn.com)


Georgia walked into Neyland Stadium and played as advertised. The No. 1 team in the country took care of Tennessee this evening, weathering an early storm and suffocating the Volunteers in quarters 2-4. The Volunteers close with South Alabama and Vanderbilt, and should go 7-5. Tonight is a cold reminder of the gap in talent that they face, however.

Look for Georgia to respond well in the SEC Championship game against Bama. Tennessee drops to a more respectable 7-5 and will hunt for bowl game.ATHENS, GEORGIA – OCTOBER 10: Josh Palmer #5 of the Tennessee Volunteers reacts after pulling in this touchdown reception against DJ Daniel #14 of the Georgia Bulldogs during the first half at Sanford Stadium on October 10, 2020 in Athens, Georgia. (Photo by Kevin C. Cox/Getty Images) (Source: ugawire.usatoday.com)








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