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An SEC showdown between two undefeated teams take place on Saturday afternoon at Sanford Stadium when No. 3 Georgia plays host to No. 14 Tennessee. The Bulldogs are coming off an impressive 27-6 win over No. 13 Auburn in which they held the Tigers offense to just 216 yards, while the Volunteers took down Missouri last week 35-12.
The Volunteers, led by quarterback Jarrett Guarantano, will have their hands full versus a Georgia defensive unit that hasn’t allowed more than 10 points in either of its first two games this season. For the Bulldogs, redshirt junior QB Stetson Bennett hopes to build off his first collegiate start last week in which he threw for 240 yards and a touchdown, while Zamir White leads their ground game with 153 yards and three scores.
Date: Saturday, Oct. 10 | Time: 3:30 p.m. ET
Location: Sanford Stadium -- Athens, Georgia
TV: CBS | Live stream: CBSSports.com, CBS Sports App (Free)
OTT: CBS Sports App (Apple TV, Roku, Fire TV, Chromecast)
Georgia: Have the Dawgs found their quarterback? Stetson Bennett replaced D'Wan Mathis during Georgia's season-opener against Arkansas, but most believed he was only a placeholder until transfer J.T. Daniels was ready. Then, Bennett started against Auburn and completed 17 of his 28 passes for 240 yards and a score. Leading the team to a win over a rival is a great way to keep the job, though Bennett did get plenty of help from running back Zamir White, who set a career-high in carries with 19 and finished with 88 yards rushing and two scores. Now a Georgia offense that looked a bit shaky seems to have found a rhythm. When paired with an elite defense, this is a team that can do a lot of damage. However, the Bulldogs mustn't overlook Tennessee this week as Alabama looms on the schedule next week.
Tennessee: The 2020 season is certainly off to a better start for Tennessee than at this point in 2019, and the Vols have an eight-game winning streak going, but none of it will mean much if Georgia blows them out. Georgia hasn't just won the previous three meetings -- it's done so by an average of 32 points. If the Vols want to get where they want to be -- the top of the division and playing for SEC titles -- Georgia is one of the teams they need to get through first. Wins over South Carolina and Missouri are nice, but they should be the expectation. Beating Georgia should be the goal, and to do so, they'll have to find a way to run the ball with Eric Gray against a terrific defense.