Posted September 21, 2012 on
Vanderbilt travels to Athens, Ga., to face the No. 5 ranked Georgia Bulldogs on Saturday. VandyMania.com compares different critical team areas of Vanderbilt and Georgia and indicates which team has the edge. We also predict the final score.
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The Georgia Bulldogs received commitment No. 28 this afternoon when four-star defensive line prospect Kelsey Griffin (Hoschton, GA) offered his verbal pledge. Griffin, who was down to Georgia and South Carolina, says that the plain and simple truth of the matter was he couldn’t pass up Georgia. “I just fell in love with Georgia the first time I stepped on campus,” Griffin said...
With apologies to A.J. Green, Georgia would rather have plenty of options.
The Bulldogs will look to keep mixing things up when they face Vanderbilt on Saturday night.
Aaron Murray and No. 5 Georgia (3-0, 1-0 Southeastern Conference) have been getting nearly everyone in on the offensive act. Tavarres King, Marlon Brown and Michael Bennett have each had 100-yard receiving games...
Saturday night should provide some entertainment for Dawg fans. After the Kwame Geathers incident during the game and James Franklin's trolling of Todd Grantham afterward, there is played to draw our attention to the game. Not only is this an SEC East game but Vandy is better than the traditional units fielded by the Commodores in the past.
I think the defense finally...
This week the Vanderbilt Commodores travel to Athens, Ga., to play the No. 5 Georgia Bulldogs. The Bulldogs are coming off a 56-20 win against Florida Atlantic that saw them rack up 713 total yards of offense. Georgia was picked to finish first in the SEC East in part by having a schedule that avoids the SEC West powers of Alabama and LSU.