Undefeated Georgia faces downtrodden Volunteers
In Week 11, the Georgia Bulldogs handled the Ole Miss Rebels by a score of 52-17 at home. They improved to 10-0 and are still the No. 1 team in the AP Top 25 despite being the No. 2 team in the latest College Football Playoff ranking. In Week 12, they’ll take on the Tennessee Volunteers, who are coming off a 36-7 road loss against the Missouri Tigers, a team the Bulldogs defeated 30-21 earlier this season.
Bulldogs’ defense looks to thwart Tennessee’s rushing attack
Against the Volunteers, Georgia will face a top rushing attack in the Volunteers. At home, Tennessee is averaging 262 rushing yards per game. Meanwhile, the Bulldogs have defended the run well. Georgia held Ole Miss Rebels star rusher Quinshon Judkins to 75 yards on 22 carries.
Tennessee’s path to victory likely includes generating turnovers
To this point, the Volunteers have generated 10 interceptions, 196 pressures, and 33 sacks. Against Missouri, Tennessee had one interception and three sacks. Bulldogs quarterback Carson Beck had one interception against the Rebels.
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Tennessee vs. Georgia injury report: Who’s out, who’s starting
Before and after Week 10, each team reported one injury. For the Bulldogs, C.J. Smith remains questionable. For the Volunteers, DeSean Bishop remains sidelined with an ankle injury that will keep him out likely until late November.
Volunteers Week 12 injury update: DeSean Bishop likely out
Bulldogs Week 12 injury update: C.J. Smith questionable
|Jamon Dumas-Johnson||Forearm||Out indefinitely|