Running back Todd Gurley rushed for 130 yards and two touchdowns Saturday to help the No. 5-ranked Georgia Bulldogs steamroll the Vanderbilt Commodores, 48-3, in a Southeast Conference showdown at Sanford Stadium. The victory helped keep Georgia's record unblemished at 4-0 (2-0 SEC), while the Commodores dropped to 1-3 (0-2).
The Bulldogs began the game with 27 unanswered points and carried a 27-3 lead into the halftime. Georgia cemented its win with three third-quarter touchdowns that capped the game's scoring.
The third-quarter scores helped the Bulldogs cover the 15-point spread, while the Commodores lone field goal, which came with 20 seconds to go in the first half, helped cover the over-under (50 points).
Next week, the Bulldogs will host the Tennessee Volunteers (3:30 p.m.), while Vanderbilt will have a bye.