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Georgia roughhouses Vanderbilt in 62-0 rout

The Bulldogs were never challenged in Nashville.

Georgia v Vanderbilt Photo by Brett Carlsen/Getty Images

The Georgia Bulldogs cruised to victory in Nashville on Saturday. The Bulldogs roughhoused the Vanderbilt Commodores 62-0 in a game where they were simply never challenged. With the win, the Dawgs improved to 4-0 on the year, while Vandy dropped to a dismal 1-3.

The Dawgs dropped five touchdowns on the ‘Dores in the first quarter alone. Brock Bowers was responsible for the first two, as he scored on a 12-yard run and then a 25-yard reception from JT Daniels. Zamir White tacked on another after that series of scores, and less than 30 seconds later, the Dawgs struck again. JT Daniels found Ladd McConkey on a 12-yard reception, and McConkey then added a 24-yard score three minutes later.

Bowers would score again in the third quarter. This time, backup quarterback Stetson Bennett IV found him for a 29-yard receiving touchdown. Kenny McIntosh would then propel them over the 50-point mark with a four-yard score halfway through the third quarter. Daijun Edwards would then propel them over the 60-point threshold early in the fourth quarter on a 15-yard scamper into the end zone.

There’s not too much to really add here. Georgia did what they had to do, and unfortunately, Vandy looked completely listless and overmatched.

The second-ranked Bulldogs will turn their attention to Arkansas for an intriguing matchup between the hedges next week. Vandy, meanwhile, hopes for some kind of improvement next week against lowly UConn.