Irony in Vols shutout loss with Peyton Manning there

Irony in Vols shutout loss with Peyton Manning there

Put it all together and you have the makings of a very intense football game when No. 7 Georgia (4-0, 1-0 SEC) goes to Tennessee (3-1, 0-1) on Saturday (3:30 p.m., CBS). A blocked punt from junior inside linebacker D'Andre Walker paved the way for a 6-play, 55-yard offensive drive.

Nick Chubb only ran for 109 yards. Third-down conversions from Fromm. You know that. It's loud. "I think we showed passion and energy in the other games, but that's something that we will not tolerate and we will not go backwards with". Georgia grabbed a 24-0 halftime lead and never allowed Tennessee to rally.

Saturday started out on a happy note; VFL and National Football League legend Peyton Manning participated in the Vol Walk with Coach Phillip Fulmer and others.

It took one play to end Tennessee's first offensive possession of the game with an interception from McGhee, positioning Blankenship for a 38-yard field goal and the 3-0 Georgia lead. "Just reading my keys and just breaking on the ball and making a play for my team". "It can be a negative".

"We try to preach to our guys that every game has a history and life of its own, and every game is independent of the next game", Smart said. Tennessee has a defense that biffed it in one clutch moment already this season a hot mess of an offense. Offensively, the Bulldogs rushed for almost 300 yards with four total touchdowns.

Jake Fromm keeps it himself for another Georgia Bulldogs touchdown.

The Bulldogs outscored their first three opponents of 2017 by a margin of 93-43, but their performance last week against the No. 17 Mississippi State last week was dominant.

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Before Saturday, none of the last six games in this series had been decided by more than eight points, including Tennessee's 34-31 victory last season on a Hail Mary as time expired.

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Tennessee (3-2, 0-2) hadn't been shut out since a 31-0 loss to Florida in 1994. This is what second-year coach Kirby Smart, Michel and Georgia is guarded against. SEC Championship games? Alabama and LSU had their number at the Georgia Dome. He is the offense that the team will be banking the most on. The defense can play.

Tennessee not only had to replace Barnett, whose 33 sacks in three seasons at Tennessee broke Reggie White's school record. Now it needs to be good enough to beat Vanderbilt and Missouri before the inevitable showdown with Florida on October 28.

Heading into Saturday's action, only Georgia and Alabama remained unbeaten among SEC teams. He told them the game, his last as a Georgia player against Tennessee, was important to him. On the Vols' first play from scrimmage, they went into a five-wide set. The Bulldogs didn't stop all day long. Chubb, who doesn't say much, talked to the team beforehand. Coach (Mel) Tucker does a tremendous job with that defense.

His biggest mistake came on the first play of the second quarter when Tennessee's Justin Martin picked off a pass at the Georgia 27, but the Vols failed to capitalize.

41-0. Shutouts always make the loudest statement. Many after the game - including Jones - questioned the Volunteers' energy and passion.