1 day after the victory

Georgia will have two weeks to prepare for Florida. Georgia will be off next weekend and to me its a good thing. After squeaking by Vanderbilt last night, the Bulldogs will have to regroup as a team. The Bulldogs quarterback Aaron Murray has been playing very well.

Let’s look at some stats of the Bulldogs and Aaron Murray. Aaron Murray has thrown for 1653 yards with 16 touchdowns and 7 interceptions. His passing percentage rate is 60.6, yesterday he threw for 326 yards. Aaron Murray only threw 1 interception in yesterday’s game, but still has more touchdowns than interceptions. Running back Isaiah Crowell didn’t reach the 100 yard rushing last night. He only had 35 yards on 10 carries. Vanderbilt really controlled Isaiah Crowell and did not let him run down the field. Isaiah Crowell has 608 yards of rushing and 4 touchdowns. He averages 86.9 of rushing per game. Isaiah Crowell has been playing well against the SEC defenses.

Wide Receiver Malcolm Mitchell leads the team in receptions with 25 catches. He has 3 touchdown passes and has 438 receiving yards this season. Malcolm Mitchell did not play in last night’s game. He had a hamstring injury from last week’s win over Tennessee. Another receiver that playing hot is Tavarres King. Tavarres King has 22 receptions with 4 touchdowns and has 246 yards of receiving. Tavarres King in last night’s game had 5 receptions and scored a touchdown. He also had 57 yards of receiving last night.

Georgia is now 5-2, 4-1 in conference play. South Carolina is tied with Georgia in the division. South Carolina is 6-1, 4-1 in conference play. South Carolina got a scare from Marcus Lattimore. He tore his ACL on his left knee will miss the remainder of the season. Both South Carolina and Georgia will be off next week. South Carolina will face Tennessee in Knoxville on Oct 29.

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Tags: Aaron Murray Isaiah Crowell Malcolm Mitchell Marcus Lattimore Tavarres King

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