In a game that’s manufactured only 7 first downs and 150 yards of offense from both teams heading into the second quarter, No. 10 Georgia – along with a few other SEC teams – are finding themselves in uncomfortable situations in week two versus non-ranked opponents.
After a majority of the first quarter was fairly quiet among the Georgia offense, who scored 14 in the first quarter against UL-Monroe, the Bulldogs were lit on fire by a 77-yard kickoff return for a touchdown by wide receiver Isaiah McKenzie.
Although Nick Chubb is gaining steam (currently at over 100 yards rushing), Georgia’s offense has been dormant, since Vanderbilt’s only given up, well, zero yards passing to Greyson Lambert.
As of midway through the second quarter, Sony Michel took advantage of a 31-yard gain for a touchdown to put the Bulldogs up 14-3.
Looks like its gonna be a fantasy kind of day for the Georgia backfield, who posted 243 yards last weekend to visitor UL-Monroe.
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