Sep 12, 2015; Nashville, TN, USA; Georgia Bulldogs quarterback Greyson Lambert (11) celebrates after a touchdown during the second half against the Vanderbilt Commodores at Vanderbilt Stadium. Georgia won 31-14. Mandatory Credit: Christopher Hanewinckel-USA TODAY Sports
Greyson Lambert looked solid against ULM at home, but a little shaky on the road in Nashville versus Vanderbilt. While he has yet to throw an interception in 2015, Lambert will need to deliver a more accurate ball in obvious third down passing situations.
More from UGA Football
- Georgia Football: Past, Present and Future on Display in Win
- Georgia Football: Road Game Becomes a Home Game for Bulldogs
- Georgia Football: 2nd Half Dominance By Young Defense Brings Hope
- Georgia Football: Bulldogs Smartly Cruise Versus Vanderbilt
- Georgia Bulldogs 10 Days From Opening Game With Vanderbilt
UGA did not convert a third in the air last week versus Vanderbilt, yet still came away victorious in their SEC opening game. Look for Lambert to play with more poise in the pocket at home in Sanford Stadium.
I believe that playing in an ACC type of atmosphere in Vanderbilt triggered bad memories for Lambert in Nashville last week. He won’t have that issue in Week 3 in a major SEC East rivalry game in one of the great cathedrals of college football: Sanford Stadium.
It may not look pretty, but I sense that Greyson Lambert will play an efficient game for the Georgia Bulldogs tomorrow night. I think he will complete over 60 percent of his passes for around 200 yards, no turnovers, and a few vertical strikes as well. Look for his QBR to sit comfortably in the 80’s in this matchup.
Next: Where Will He Line Up on Saturday?