Sunday, October 16, 2005

Saturday Recap: Georgia 34 Vanderbilt 17


Georgia 34 Vanderbilt 17

The Commies kept it close early, but ultimately were not enough for the Georgia Bulldogs. DJ Shockley was excellent for Georgia throughout the game and was the difference between the two teams. Vanderbilt and Georgia were tied at some points of the game, but mental mistakes from Vanderbilt allowed Georgia to take the lead. The Commies had a chance to make it 27-21 in the third but a sure fire touchdown pass was dropped and they had to settle for a field goal. Georgia's offense was not enough for the soft Vandy D eventually as Shockley proved to agile to keep under grips.

Georgia (6-0 4-0) up next: Arkansas
Vanderbilt (4-3 2-2 up next: at South Carolina

Georgia will look to score a poll victory by pounding on the Hawgsin Sanford Stadium. It should provide a chance to work out any kinks before the World's Largest Cocktail Party on the 29th. The 'Dores must get a win in Columbia if they have any designs on a bowl this year. Their D will struggle against Blake Mitchell and co. but Cutler could have a field day against the weak Cock defense.

1 Comments:

Blogger Tennvolchamp said...

Commies huh? Sounds about right. I think it was homecoming - last year a transvestite was a finalist. Seems like Vandy might be more suited for a west coast location.

PS I like the fact you comment on all the SEC games.

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