Bulldogs Still Undefeated, Beat Tennessee 38-10

The last time the Georgia Bulldogs lost a game, the number one song in the country was “Easy On Me” by Adele.

Nearly two years and 28 consecutive wins later, Georgia football fans would watch another beloved hitmaker, Dolly Parton, perform live for the crowd in her home state ahead of what would be another game the visiting team at the end of the Smokies would put in the win collum.

Today, the 11 and 0 Dawgs added the Tennessee Volunteers to its list of conquered teams this year, beating them 38 to 10 in Leyland Stadium. Tennessee scored first on their opening drive, a 75-yard touchdown run from Jaylen Wright, and from that drive forward, the Bulldogs would take over.

The remaining six touchdowns would come from the Bulldogs. The standout Bulldog TD was an 18-yard pass to Marcus Rosemy-Jacksaint from Dillion Bell. The Dawgs would score again in the 2nd and 3rd quarter. By the 4th quarter, the Dawgs would be looking ahead to next week’s annual “hate” game against Georgia Tech.

Bulldogs QB Carson Beck had a great game, going 24 of 30 for 298 yards and scoring three touchdowns. Tennessee’s Joe Milton went 17 of 30 for 147 yards and no TDs. Kendal Milton had 14 carries for 66 rushing yards and a TD. Marcus Rosemy had 7 receptions for 91 receiving yards and 2 TDs.

This was a dominating win by the Dawgs and one that brought them closer to their third consecutive championship.

BY THE NUMBERS Georgia Bulldogs (11-0) 38✅ Tennessee Volunteers (7-4) 10
Score trend 10-14-14-0 7-3-0-0
Total Yards 472 277
Pass Yards 316 147
Rush Yards 156 130
First Downs 27 13
Third Down Conversions 9/13 2/11
Penalties/Yards 2/15 3/20
Turnovers 1 (fumble) 0
Time Possession 40:58 19:02

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