Georgia Football vs Vanderbilt Seven Key Observations

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Georgia Football Jake Fromm (Photo by Scott Cunningham/Getty Images)

The Georgia football team dominated Vanderbilt by the score of 41-13. These seven things stood out in the blow out.

The Dawgs Passing Game Was Much Improved

Jake Fromm looked much more comfortable in this game than he has in the last two weeks However he did start slow once again. Jake went 1-3 on the Georgia Football‘s first drive, as the Dawgs went three and out.

When the Georgia Bulldogs got the ball back, Fromm immediately struck on an explosive 75 yard touchdown to Terry Godwin. Jake Fromm did a very good job of spreading the ball around and going through his progressions against the Vandy defense. He involved seven different pass catchers in the game. He made smart choices, deciding when to go over the top, versus when to check down.

The touchdown pass Fromm threw to D’Andre Swift was a good example of Jake Fromm knowing when to check down in his progressions. The SEC Network tweeted the highlight here:

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