Georgia vs. Vanderbilt Live Updates Score, Results, Highlights, for Saturday’s NCAA Football Game

The Georgia Bulldogs are 5-1 against the Vanderbilt Commodores since September 2015, and they’ll have a chance to extend that success Saturday. UGA and Vanderbilt will square off in an SEC battle at 3:30 p.m. ET at Sanford Stadium. The Bulldogs have a defense that’s only giving up 10.67 points per game, so Vanderbilt’s offense will have its work cut out for it.

Last week, UGA turned the game against the Auburn Tigers into a competition on the track and won the gold medal after passing them from 500 yards at 258. UGA hurt Auburn with a clear 42-10 victory . UGA’s RB Daijun Edwards looked sharp as he scored three rushing touchdowns.

Meanwhile, Vanderbilt must have had a tough time last week, and that’s exactly how things turned out. They must be in pain after a bruising 52-28 loss to the Ole Miss Rebels. It was a tight 20-17 game at the break, but unfortunately for Vanderbilt, it certainly didn’t stay that way. Vanderbilt’s loss came despite quality play from RB Ray Davis, who rushed for a TD and 105 yards on 27 carries. Davis’ performance made up for slower competition against the Alabama Crimson Tide three weeks ago.

UGA is the favorite in this one, with an expected margin of victory of 38.5 points (!). Those who got lucky with them ATS last week may want to hold off on placing bets this time around as the team is yet to string together ATS win streaks.

Georgia’s win made them 6-0 while Vanderbilt’s loss brought them down to 3-3. Allowing an average of 36.83 points per game, the Commodores did not really assert themselves on the defensive side. We’ll see if they can fix the holes in their defense before their next game.

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