It may have taken longer than anticipated, but Georgia claimed its first lead of the game against Vanderbilt in the second half.
Just over five minutes into the third quarter, freshmen QB Jacob Eason found a wide-open freshman TE Isaac Nauta on a 17-yard touchdown connection. It was the first touchdown of the game for the Bulldogs after being limited to a pair of field goals in the first half by Derek Mason’s Vanderbilt defense.
Have a look at the play:
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Georgia claimed a 13-10 lead against Vanderbilt after a successful extra point. The Bulldogs are looking to avoid their first loss to Vanderbilt at Sanford Stadium since 2006.