Georgia vs Tennessee Football

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UMass was supposed to provide the Tennessee Volunteers a tuneup before Saturday’s game against the No. 7 Georgia Bulldogs. Instead, the 0-5 Minutemen gave the home team all it could handle in a 17-13 Volunteer win. Now, they’ll have the difficulty turned up approximately 100 notches when they host the Bulldogs at 3:30 p.m. ET, broadcast live on CBS (live stream).

ABOUT GEORGIA (4-0, 1-0 SEC): Fromm, the SEC freshman of the week, completed 9-of-12 passes against Mississippi State and has fired seven touchdowns against only one interception. Georgia’s running game is averaging 223.3 yards per contest, with 371 yards and six touchdowns from Nick Chubb through four games. The Bulldogs are holding opponents to 11.5 points and 97.5 yards rushing per contest.

The Georgia Bulldogs have been trying to build a Saban-quality defense over multiple seasons, starting in 2014, when they hired former and current Saban assistant Jeremy Pruitt as defensive coordinator and culminating in 2016, when they made longtime Alabama defensive coordinator Kirby Smart their head coach.

Georgia vS. Tennessee Football

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Georgia vS. Tennessee Live stream

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Tennessee and Georgia will meet for the 46th time on Saturday. Like Florida, Georgia is a relatively new rival to Tennessee in terms of playing every year. While they first met in 1899, it wasn’t until 1992 that conference realignment made them a permanent opponent on Tennessee’s schedule. That being said, it certainly doesn’t mean either team has had their share of legendary moments prior to division play. Tennessee currently holds a slight 23-21-2 edge in the series, and they will look to add to that on Saturday when 7th ranked Georgia comes to town. Until then, let’s take a look at the 10 best games that have been played in this rivalry.

Tennessee, led by the “Artful Dodger” Condredge Holloway, did what they were expected to do which was lead 31-21 in the fourth quarter. However, an injury sidelined Holloway in the fourth and Georgia managed to score a touchdown to bring it within three at 31-28. On their final drive of the game, Georgia quarterback Andy Johnson rushed into the end zone to give the Bulldogs the lead and the win in the 35-31 upset at Neyland Stadium.

Georgia entered Neyland Stadium looking to knock off Peyton Manning and the 8th ranked Volunteers in the second game of the 1995 season. Manning passed for 349 yards while tailback Jay Graham rushed for nearly 180 on the ground. While Tennessee’s offense impressed, Georgia was able to put themselves in position to win the game in the fourth quarter.