Vanderbilt Commordores Vs. Georgia Bulldogs Final Score: 43-0, Washaun Ealey Is Back

Washaun Ealey wanted to gain back the trust of his team by putting on a show against Vanderbilt. He was able to do that with a 123-yard, one touchdown performance to help the Bulldogs earn their third win of the season and it also marked the first time Georgia has won back-to-back games since November of last year.

But it wasn't only Ealey who shined in the blowout win. Aaron Murray continues to show why he is becoming a star, completing 15-of-24 passes with 287 yards and two touchdowns. Murray also added 36 rushing yards on six carries. His go-to guy in the air attack was not A.J. Green, but Kris Durham became Murray's main target with four receptions for 112 yards and one touchdown. But no worries for Green because he scored the other touchdown pass from Murray.

Everyone who was watching saw what the Bulldogs wanted to do all year when it comes to offense. They were able to run the ball effectively with Ealey and Carlton Thomas, who ended the day with 40 yards on four carries and two touchdowns, and work the passing game via play  action. Everyone on the offensive side of the ball executed and that's why the Bulldogs were able to put 40 points on the board. They should have another crack at scoring a lot of points when they face Kentucky next Saturday.

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