Georgia football is 10-0 overall and 8-0 in the SEC after beating Tennessee 41-17 on Saturday night as the Dawgs overcame the adversity and won in Knoxville.
The Vols came out and punched the Dawgs in the mouth, but it didn’t take Georgia long to regroup and get back to business.
Tennessee presented another challenge for Georgia with their explosive offense, and the Dawgs had to prepare for that. It was another test the Dawgs had to get over this season, and as a whole, they passed with flying colors.
Georgia found its rushing attack and rush defense again after struggling last week against Missouri. Stetson Bennett did an excellent job on the ground and through the air, helping lead the team to its 10th win of the year.
This undefeated record is the best Georgia has seen in 39 years, so this win was necessary for the Dawgs. One could say it was another hump they got over to get one step closer to a national title.
Georgia football played well as a whole resulting in an A average. Here is the report card for each position.
The Dawgs overcame multiple players being sick with the stomach flu, injuries and did whatever it took to win this ballgame.
Tennessee gave them a fight, and now this team knows what they’ve got to do moving forward against explosive-type offenses. Georgia has all the intangibles to go undefeated and win it all, but they must continue working on things and staying humble.
After rewatching the game and breaking down each position, here is how Georgia graded out after the Tennessee showdown.