The SEC named Georgia Bulldogs center David Andrews its offensive lineman of the week after his performance against the Auburn Tigers on Saturday. Andrews graded out at 88 percent and recorded six "dominator" blocks to go with three knockdowns, and the Bulldogs rolled past Auburn, 38-0.
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With Andrews' help, the Georgia offense moved the ball effectively on Auburn, piling up 497 total yards, 289 of which came on the ground. Both Todd Gurley and Keith Marshall ran for over 100 yards on the day, and they needed just 19 carries between them in order to do so. Georgia's offense averaged 7.4 yards per play in the victory.
It was the final conference game of the season for the Bulldogs, who finished at 7-1 in SEC play and won the East division. They are preparing for Georgia Southern this weekend, followed by their annual rivalry game against Georgia Tech.