GEORGIA 14, Vanderbilt 6 at the Half
- Nick Chubb’s 68-yard run on the first play of Georgia’s second offensive possession is the third longest of his Bulldog career. Chubb had a 83-yard run last season vs. Charleston So. and a 82-yarder against Louisville in last year’s Belk Bowl.
- After having one of the most efficient passing performances last week by a first-time Georgia starter in history, Greyson Lambert was 0-for-5 passing in the first half.
- With touchdowns in each of the first two quarters, Georgia has now scored a touchdown in 12 consecutive quarters dating back to last season. The last time the Bulldogs were held out of the end zone for a quarter was the second quarter of last season’s Georgia Tech game.
- Lorenzo Carter was thrown out of the game early in the contest for targeting, marking the third time a Georgia defender was called for targeting at Vanderbilt in a stretch of less than five quarters of play (including 2013 game).
- Despite the Commodores running 50 plays in the first half while possessing the ball for 22:36, Georgia’s defense had limited the Vandy offense to 6 points and 159 total yards.
- After not kicking off a single time a year ago, and just 4 of his 15 kickoffs went for touchbacks in 2013, punter Collin Barber has had 5 of his 10 kickoffs thus far this season go for touchbacks.
- After establishing a new career SEC record roughly a year for 20 consecutive field goals made, placekicker Marshall Morgan has missed 6 of his last 19 field-goal attempts.
- Isaiah McKenzie’s first-quarter punt return for a touchdown was his fourth kick return for a score (3- punt, 1- kickoff) for his short, 14-game Georgia career.