Georgia Football: Game by game predictions for 2023 season

Georgia Bulldogs defensive back Javon Bullard (22) . Mandatory Credit: Kirby Lee-USA TODAY Sports
Georgia Bulldogs defensive back Javon Bullard (22) . Mandatory Credit: Kirby Lee-USA TODAY Sports /
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Week seven: Vandy

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ATHENS, GA – OCTOBER 15: Jamon Dumas-Johnson #10 and Daylen Everette #6 of the Georgia Bulldogs combine for a tackle on Will Sheppard #14 of the Vanderbilt Commodores during a game between Vanderbilt Commodores and Georgia Bulldogs at Sanford Stadium on October 15, 2022 in Athens, Georgia. (Photo by Steve Limentani/ISI Photos/Getty Images) /

I am a big fan of what Clark Lea is doing at Vandy. Sure he will talk 45 minutes on the importance of tying your shoelaces, but he is trying to build Vandy into a Stanford-esque program. Vandy has the potential to start the season 4-0. So all they need is to steal two games to make it to a bowl. Which they very well could. The Defense lost Orji, who was the best player they had. The defense was the worst in the league. So maybe they can improve a bit. AJ Swann in his second year as the starter looks to have another great season. Georgia should take care of business in Nashville. The only question is will Vanderbilt stadium renovations be done by then? How many fans are going to see this game? Like 20,000? I have no idea, but this is the last time Georgia will play up in Nashville for the foreseeable future, so if you are able to go enjoy it. Georgia has been playing Vanderbilt since 1894, Cornelius Vanderbilt had only been dead for 20 years at that point. So it is odd that Georgia and Vandy will not be squaring off in 2024. The dawgs should handle this one pretty easily. I would be shocked and irritated if Georgia does not handle business in Nashville. However, I can see this being one of the first games where the Dawgs sleep-walk into this game. Dawgs win 52-0