Starting for the first time against a top-10 team, University of Georgia quarterback D.J. Shockley went 16-of-27 for 207 yards and ran eleven times for 51 yards as the Bulldogs won for the third straight time in Neyland Stadium.
The dawgs walloped 8th-ranked Tennessee 27-to-14.
An erratic season continued for the 3-and-2 Volunteers with their offense showed more ineptness with two costly fumbles. Georgia is 5-and-0.
The Dawgs led 13-to-0 in the third quarter after Brannan Southerland's 1-yard touchdown run and two field goals by Brandon Coutu.
Tennessee came into the game with the Southeastern Conference's top rush defense, but this time the Bulldogs' defense was better. The Vols were held to 48 yards on the ground. Gerald Riggs had 52 yards rushing on 19 carries.
The Bulldogs had 405 yards of total offense.