Complete info for Georgia Bulldogs vs. Vanderbilt Commodores SEC football game.
The No. 13 Georgia Bulldogs (3-1) look to keep their unbeaten home record intact when the Vanderbilt Commodores (1-4) come to Sanford Stadium in Athens on Saturday. Georgia is playing its third consecutive home game and the Commodores are on the road for the second time in as many weeks.
Details for Saturday's game are below:
Kickoff: 4:00 p.m. ET
Live stream: The game can be live streamed here.
TV coverage: SEC Network
Sept. 27: Georgia 35, Tennessee 32
The offense was led once again by Todd Gurley, who rushed for a career-high 208 yards and two touchdowns. The Bulldogs' defense gave up a late touchdown to the Volunteers, but Georgia recovered the ensuing onside kick and was able to run out the clock. Hutson Mason had his first career multi-interception game.
Sept. 20: Georgia 66, Troy 0
Todd Gurley was pulled after 73 yards on just six carries, but backup Sony Michel picked right up where Gurley left off. Michel rushed for 155 yards and three touchdowns. Ten different Bulldogs receivers hauled in a catch, but Michael Bennett (three) was the only player to grab more than two passes. Georgia's defense forced two turnovers and limited the Troy offense to just 216 yards.
Sept. 13: South Carolina 38, Georgia 35
The Bulldogs lost their SEC opener to the Gamecocks in Columbia after Marshall Morgan missed a game-tying 28-yard field goal attempt with 4:24 left in the fourth quarter. Hutson Mason threw for 191 yards and two touchdowns, while Todd Gurley had another big game with 131 yards and a touchdown.
Aug. 30: Georgia 45, Clemson 21
Todd Gurley set a school record with 293 all-purpose yards in the season-opening win. Gurley returned a kick 100-yards for a touchdown and added 198 yards and three more touchdowns on the ground. Nick Chubb and Hutson Mason ran in the remaining two scores for the Bulldogs.
Sept. 27: Kentucky 17, Vanderbilt 7
The Commodores offense was stifled in Week 5, with just 54 yards rushing and only 139 yards of total offense. Quarterback Wade Greebeck completed 8-of-23 passes for 85 yards and three interceptions. The loss dropped Vanderbilt to 0-3 in the conference.
Sept. 20: South Carolina 48, Vanderbilt 34
Vanderbilt led 14-0 after the first quarter and was within three-points entering the final quarter. But the Gamecocks outscored the Commodores 21-10 in the fourth. Ralph Webb added another 97 yards to his season total, while the Vanderbilt quarterbacks combined to throw for 223 yards, 2 touchdowns and an interception.
Sept. 13: Vanderbilt 34, Massachusetts 31
Vanderbilt trailed 31-20 at the start of the fourth quarter, but scored twice in the final ten minutes to win. Quarterback Patton Robinette throwing for 147 yards and a touchdown. C.J. Duncan hauled in for catches for 72 yards, while running back Ralph Webb eclipsed the century mark with 116 yards and a touchdown.
Sept. 6: Ole Miss 31, Vanderbilt 3
Vanderbilt's offense failed to score a touchdown against the Rebels. Vanderbilt was outgained 547-167 and managed just 60 yards through the air. Running back Ralph Webb who rushed for 95 yards.
Aug. 28: Temple 37, Vanderbilt 7
After tying the game early in the second quarter, the Commodores defense allowed Temple to score 30 consecutive points. Vanderbilt committed seven turnovers, while totaling only 278 yards of total offense. The lone touchdown for Vanderbilt came when Oren Burks recovered a fumble in the endzone.
- Josh Sanchez