The game between Georgia and Vanderbilt was over quickly. The Bulldogs scored 35 first-quarter points and allowed just 11 yards in the first half.
Through the first three quarters, Georgia had more points, 55, than Vanderbilt had yards, 54.
For those worried about a sleepy or slow start, Georgia put those worries to rest early. JT Daniels was sharp, completing 9 of his 10 passes for 129 yards and 2 touchdowns. His only incompletion came via a Justin Robinson drop and Daniels didn’t play a snap after the opening 15 minutes.
“We came out fast, explosive,” Smart said at halftime. “Offense came out in sync.”
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