Georgia 10, Vanderbilt 0: No Caleb, No Problem

So if you were one of those Georgia fans who (like myself) was worried about how our running game would fare without Caleb King in the lineup, looks like you can rest easy for now: Georgia’s second scoring of the drive took only two plays, the first a 58-yard scamper by Washaun Ealey (who extricated himself from at least three tackle attempts in the backfield), the second a 15-yard run by Carlton King into the end zone. Georgia now leads 10-zip with just a few seconds left in the first quarter.

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