The Georgia Bulldogs have been able to do basically whatever they want so far against the Vanderbilt Commodores, and lead 27-3 at halftime. Aaron Murray is 12-of-13 for 137 yards and a touchdown, and has another touchdown on the ground. Keith Marshall and Todd Gurley combined for 126 yards in the first half, and each of them have a touchdown to their credit. Tavarres King leads Georgia with 58 yards receiving and a touchdown.
The Dawgs defense kept the Vanderbilt offense under wraps until the last drive of the half. The Commodores were finally able to break through with 20 seconds left, when Carey Spear hit a 30-yard field goal to get Vandy on the board. That's pretty much the only bright spot though, considering four of Vanderbilt's six first half drives haven't gone farther than 12 yards.