To zero! Bulldogs defect to Razorbacks

MUNICH – The Georgia Bulldogs cemented their status as a top collegiate team with a dominant 37-0 win over the previously undefeated Arkansas Razorbacks. Head Coach Kirby Smart’s team raised their offense over the run game after quarterback JT Daniels was out.

Overall, the Bulldogs rushed for 273 yards. Running back Jamir White had two touchdowns and Kendall Milton had one. James Cook, the third ball carrier in the league, ran for 87 yards.

It was a quiet day at work for backup quarterback Stetson Bennett. The passer completed 7 of his 11 passes for 71 yards. The special teams also contributed a touchdown with a blocked punt.

Jet Black Day for Razorbacks

The Razorbacks didn’t succeed at all in the game. A multitude of penalties destroyed some drives, the running game didn’t get off the ground, and quarterback KJ Jefferson only threw for 65 yards.

Symptomatically, kicker Cam Little missed a field goal. The Razorbacks face the Ole Miss Rebels next week, while the Bulldogs travel to Auburn for an away game.

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