Georgia Bulldogs vs Vanderbilt Commodores live

The No. 2 Georgia Bulldogs (3-0, 0-0 SEC) and Vanderbilt Commodores (1-2, 0-0 SEC), SEC rivals, will do battle at Vanderbilt Stadium on Saturday, September 25, 2021. Below is an article containing all the details you need, including how to watch this game on NCAA TV.

The Vanderbilt Commodores haven’t won a game against the Georgia Bulldogs since Oct. 15 of 2016, but they’ll be looking to end the drought Saturday. Vanderbilt and UGA will face off in an SEC battle at noon ET at Vanderbilt Stadium. The Commodores are out to stop a six-game streak of losses at home.

Vanderbilt received a tough blow last week as they fell 41-23 to the Stanford Cardinal. QB Ken Seals wasn’t much of a difference-maker for Vanderbilt; Seals threw one interception with a passing completion percentage of only 44.44%.

Meanwhile, everything went UGA’s way against the South Carolina Gamecocks last week as they made off with a 40-13 victory. With the Bulldogs ahead 26-6 at the half, the matchup was all but over already. RB James Cook and QB JT Daniels were among the main playmakers for UGA as the former punched in one rushing touchdown in addition to snatching one receiving TD and the latter passed for three TDs and 303 yards on 31 attempts.

The Commodores are the clear underdogs, so they’re hoping it’s the size of the fight that determines this one. True fans might be the only ones betting on them, currently 0-2 ATS, to cover the spread.

Vanderbilt is now 1-2 while UGA sits at 3-0. A pair of stats to keep an eye on: Vanderbilt is 156th worst in the nation in thrown interceptions, having thrown three on the season. The Bulldogs have experienced some struggles of their own as they are stumbling into the contest with the 207th most thrown interceptions in the nation, having thrown four on the season. It’s possible one of these Achilles’ heels will wind up tripping the losing team-up.

 

How To Watch

 

Georgia and Vanderbilt Stats

  • The Bulldogs rack up 7.0 more points per game (35.3) than the Commodores give up (28.3).
  • This year, the Bulldogs have turned the ball over six times, five more than the Commodores’ takeaways (1).
  • The Commodores have put an average of 16.7 points per game on the board this season, 9.0 more than the 7.7 the Bulldogs have surrendered.
  • The Commodores have five giveaways this season, while the Bulldogs have six takeaways .

Georgia Players to Watch

  • JT Daniels has thrown for 438 yards (146.0 ypg) to lead Georgia, completing 73.8% of his passes and recording three touchdown passes and two interceptions this season.
  • Zamir White has carried the ball 28 times for a team-high 159 yards (53.0 per game), with one touchdown this year.
  • This season Kendall Milton has rushed for 119 yards (39.7 per game) on 24 carries.
  • Brock Bowers’ 203 receiving yards (67.7 yards per game) lead the team. He has 14 receptions with two touchdowns.
  • Jermaine Burton has put up a 173-yard season so far (57.7 receiving yards per game) with two touchdowns, hauling in eight passes.
  • Adonai Mitchell’s six catches are good enough for 119 yards (39.7 ypg) and one touchdown.

Vanderbilt Players to Watch

  • Ken Seals leads Vanderbilt with 553 passing yards (184.3 ypg) on 63-of-114 passing with three touchdowns compared to three interceptions this season.
  • Re’Mahn Davis has carried the ball 44 times for a team-high 211 yards (70.3 per game), with one touchdown this year.
  • This season Rocko Griffin has racked up 28 carries for 131 yards (43.7 per game).
  • Chris Pierce’s 181 receiving yards (60.3 yards per game) lead all receivers on the team. He’s totaled 14 receptions and one touchdown.
  • Will Sheppard has put together a 169-yard season so far (56.3 receiving yards per game), hauling in 19 passes.
  • Cam Johnson’s 15 grabs this season have resulted in 125 yards (41.7 ypg) and two touchdowns.

 

 

By imhs29